The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00415
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.-..-.- ITS FLrCTr.TIOXxn VAST t.( ) tEJXO'PJ: I:.

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... .NNN N 4.4. ....+.... It was truly a pitiful scene last tl l The combined ages of Alabama's.

T. 1 .....11....... ........Ni+i00400.L6.e..Oe 394N J':' Wednesday to see such old timers ab senators; are 167 years. In the matter + + ..1.N 1 .11111.111 i 4

... \ 4 b 'Dr. R. P. Daniel. Dr. \\-. :M. Bostwiok; '!'of years Alabama has all t!!'_. other : 3
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4 t+ Hon. Uriah Bowden. Judge Morris Aj 'states faded. ankBurglarsj
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..... if 1907 +j I Dzialynwi and others at the funeral 1[ ,;I '

..... 4O auf;: the lamented Governor Noble A. 'I Mr. J. L. Leitner, president of I the i

.... < 4 1 Hull.-Jacksonville Floridian. (,Crystal Fish and Oyster company of Robbed Green Cove Springs, and may *

-...- ** f i i JDunnellon, was among the pleasant:: | tackle Ocala,*: Our vault is the !
lEDGERS DAY 8001(8( 1 All the lime men were in Ocala ij/j callers at the Ocala Banner offio1 *' very i j|

S ** i<>.:Monday in consultation and were try-1; Monday. He says the phosphate} j !| best, and besides we carry a large Burglar j ;

i ir.% ;o "get together." We did not Its] moving right along to the front ;-.* ; :: .

.,g &" ]can whether they were succesful or lone of Florida's leading towns, no I! { Insurance policy*: ? '"

.... : *v AND CASH BOOKS ;:I. 101. gut understand that at least two;'only as to phosphate production but': ..
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... i ti !cast his lot in Dunnellon in its infancy : & CHAMBLISS, Bonkcn I: ;
... i : : GO TO THE. O w f: :!: and no citizen 'takes a greater : OCALA. FLORIDA., '

.... 1. 6i: The. Ocala Floral company will soon land:,interest in her welfare than he does .440..4414.0. .i.....++... 11....1...........44....4 I ,

.. I none look on her present rapid > .. i
1 e ,,begin the erection of additional hot L -- -. --- I
... t/ growth with more pride. j
.... II t 4 P'l hors,-'"! at their premises on North it i I I ':Miss Eagleton's Tea for Miss Cush- *....+....+4BIGGEST........*.....

l ran( ) ( ) CP I'EI l) ((1111 ** $> Second street. The company has built t Mr. W. N. Milling, a former citizen I I I, }

( : up a Splendid trade in and around the of Ocala, and at one ti"me one of its'' LINE
...i e/* II' Yesterday afM-iniun \!1i '.1.1', .
: : ( of city which shows that their efforts efficient night policemen, was a visitorin 1-- lf't't

"Yw J 4 s sN4444 *: .in the way of improvements are being ,f Ocala Monday. He is now living Eagleton gate a diln'ntulv l ; infurmal OF
> ?; >appreciated. j' I tea in comulinnnt i in \lir .;1/11.1/
........................."' .. 9..... .. 2, ai McIntosh and is superintending I II I
.. i i Cushing who is tl. jitManhi'! '
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....A4...... ( 4b N44.44.4++444$4... .G. iI i magnificent orange grove of G./
r I, )lJ's.\1. Handelsman, of the Boston j W. Norsworthy one of the finest of Miss Esther \\Vat"-i t < and M -
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..... ,'rXre::: left for New York last night onj|groves in that section. Mr. Mullen Hattie Dye.

..... MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carringtun, of ]j her purchasing tour. She has now .was kept busy shaking hands with The guests on arri\ ill:.: ut-r-- Jr.WATCHES!

..... Local Editor. Batimore. are guests of the OcalaHouse. T) purchase for the new store at old friends who are laways glad to]'led at the boor! bs litiN' Mi"i

.-.'Otl Mr. Carrington is here enjoy- j'1 Newport News. Va., the store in Ocala see him. j Blair Woodrow, who \\t
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ling I the good shooting. j jj ,!land" the one at Starke. She is said to qty and sweet in an', s >,( bal-\: I' ,. -

joe j one of the finest purchasers that i!I Miss Eagleton WOPa IM ( ..min- FOR
I Messrs. Nix & Olin, who operate a
j Miss Louise Harris has been installed -1 j I!visit the great metropolis. j [dress of white and11"! Cuin\\ : :
..... Ml of our hotels now have a nice; '' as society editor of this paper sawmill at Grahamville, passed was much admired in a ilotte.l nt! :

... i!,,,t uf arrival during the absence of our regular :Mr. Milton Hood, who was a former through colossal Ocala boiler Tuesday which they morning have witha recently -.over taffetta. I l LADIES( AND GENTLEMAN[ (

.... local and society editor. "citizen of Ocala, but is now a resi- Miss Cagleton was assisted in entertaining

..... Mr. 8. H. Brown, the merchant j dent of Hamilton, Ga., and has been I purchased from Mr. E. C. Mc- her guests by hr mother,
i Leod, and were taking it down to
:1.1 l.rtDt'e of. LeRoy. was on our streets'I i :I :Messrs. Harry Bullock Adolph for some years past is on a visit to I I their place to replace the old one J Miry Mary Eagleton and Mrs. J. C. B.
-rut"llle" Koonce.
I Dame and Claude Haycraft are now us and enjoying our splendid weather I which has been discarded. These
:: := with the Atlantic Coast Line -minus dust.Ir.. Hood is looking During the afternoon delightful bat
.. I .young men until they closed their mill) ,
Mr. Uobert Saaders. the busiest man !j jin and are doing well. scarcely a day older than when he some time chocolate, sandwiches and fudge were
ago were doing a good business
... ftsMellaB. was a visitor to the I left. Time is dealing with him kindly served.
I and expect to again fall into line I.
411y 'hu. .F. I I Mr. E. C. Staley. a former citizen i When a citizen of Ocala he was This was quite a charming little affair .
I I as soon as they get their new boiler
-..... i of Ocala, but for some time living in in pirtnership with Mr. Wallace 1 I placed in position.Mr. in honor of a visiting girl.

Mr. J. W. Ward the well known 1 j jturpMHlae :Jacksonville, has accepted a position Stovall and conducted the Marion' THE JEWELER.

... operator of Floral City, was ,as chief clerk at the Seaboard freight Free Press. He was also the owner of II Buckshot Williams, conductorof Wanted.-A correspond at Bt'llt-

......... ii patent i fUitor to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. .office and will become a permanent t I considerable real estate. His old I the Dunnellon short says he tooka view. ..........................

... resident. i friend were all glad to see him. I passenger down to Homosassa the I -- ----------
Harry Baxter, of Candler, was
i other day and directed him to the' .. ..
... in Out drnday spending the day A Flower for Our Local Editor. I .1..1..1..
:Mr. J. A. Crews, the persuasive and II Rendezvous and thought of course he :
N tt1 trl.... I We take advantage of her absence H. ROBINSON. Prti
affable representative of the Times-. would know a river when he saw one -
.. --- I to reproduce from the Thomas- S. H. iJLITCH. Mgr. J. C. BOOZER A..t M.r
... Mr. Dell Moody, who works at Union, was in Ocala Saturday hustling but he walked deliberately off the : GEO. J. BUTCH Ttller.
II ville (Ga.,) Times-Enterprise the
... ( kala..t Sunday in Ocala to enlarge the usefulness of this wharf into twelve feet of water. With :
following appreciative compliment to
splendid state newspaper the exception, however, of a magnificent
:j.!'h bis. mother.Mr our local editor: I 4
baptizing he was none the 4 The Strong Hold the
"Miss Sara Harris will arrive in
Ijt Judge Joseph Dell had before him worse for his experience. :
C. Mathews
Joseph Flemingn -
Thomasvill6 today to be the guest of t \
yesterday one Carolina :Mitchell who
farmer, in to
prosperous Miss Margaret Ansley. Miss Harris is <
t ...ft'loada). was accused of "something concern- i New Officers of the Florida Oil and .
the city editor of the Ocala Banner of
ing of a hog." The jury decared him in Gas Company.The COMMERCIAL BANK I
which her father, Hon. Frank Harrisis
Mr Aleort It McKean is having nocent.Dr. Forida Oil & Gas Company ,
4.4 editor, and is one of the most brilliant
k prwtty atone fence erected around! J held its annual meeting of stockholders j
newspaper women in Florida. OCALA FL0.
.-.. hit, handsome new home. S. H. Butch has been at his Tuesday- inIr.. David S. \\' Id- ,

... post in the bank slice Monday. His I row's offices in the Holder building "M

.. Mr Hatter Lanior. the best all- daughter, Miss Legie, has been quite Thoroughly Reliable.If and elected officers for the ensuing t Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi-

441' ruuiHi palilkiaB in Florida, was in sick but is now better. The doctor year. The following; named gentlemen 14

.... orala Saturday.Mr. says they have got rid of the marl ever there was a safe and reliable were chosen to engineer the dt"s.1 denced its and -J
by Large Increasing
..", dogs in the Bl'tchtoa neighborhood.The remedy it is that old and famous porous tinies of the company: Edward Hold-! !'
continues piaster-Allcock's. It has been i in
H. H. Whitworth to
-O : er, president and treasurer: .I. W. Business
fiad rnnly sale! for his Duroc pigs. three suspects, who were twice use for ever sixty years and is as pop and :
Pearson, vice-president general
ular today as ever, and we doubt i if I
.414 ne i iH>ttlJ two to Wild wood yester- tried before Judge SumterA. Bullock, there is a civilized community on the; manager; David S. 11'oudrow i . . .
yesterday and were taken to Lake pain reliever cannot be found. In the !I.
..: I of Messrs. Edward Holder, J. W. Pea I.I
, The Nerd of county commissioners City, where they will be tried for selection of the ingredients and in I!
I.4 their: manufacture the greatest cares son, R. S. Hall, Dr. Wm. Anderson oj f __.. "....
- !Vi Ma* f r lhings of the new court highway robbery. It is believed that taken to keep each plaster up to Ocala; John L. Inglis of Rockwell : .1( '; '

41 houae to a firm in New Yorkq. repre- the evidence against them is suffi f'nf the highest standard of excellence, G. Christopher, of Jacksonville, ant] DIRECTORS:

.. ..ted by Mr. John Franz. to send them to the camps.A :and so pure and simple are the ingredients J. Buttgenbach, of Holder. j
j that even a child can' use III H. a. Hall George MavKaj J. K.< Cl.nsU*.23

. 1 hem.Allcock's. I U. A. FBI X. C. U ...Mr+
f"4 Mis Ifc-rmice Alfred, after spending subscriber writing from Lilly, Pa., the and

are original genuine : PREPARE THIS YOURSELF.For T. T. Ml*** J. K. Jtfr eI
the of "Your is excellent. You I
. teat days In Ocala guest says: paper 1 porous plasters and are sold by

Miss SK Anderson returned to herat certainly must be a Christian people c druggists in every part of the civilized
those who have any form of .
.44 Loir lafflis yesterday.Dr. and how delighted I would be if I 4 world. I ; I
blood disorders; who want new. rich In addition to its excellent facHNtiec tit* FUnk
- could be among you." blood and plenty of it, try this:
... Mr. George C. Williams who recently -
.... Water blood and Dr. W. H make Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half'I has the advaetage of a competent, capaWc and good
came to Marion county to ounce; Compound Kragon, one ounce;
.... Pow are soon to begin the erection
The sewer well in the court house
his home with us is now located in Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. three !
Board of Directors and of S'oekHoUm.
-Aro lit a baadtforoe stone fence. The maltrial yard has been completed. The drillers ounces. a strong body
of the j
.... the northwestern portion
.. is already on the grounds.Mr. struck a tremendous cavity at a Shake well in a bottle and take in- j
county and on Monday came to Ocalato !
doses after each meal and)
.. depth of only 59 feet. Two of the teaspoonful
Robert Fosnot, of Lake Weir, perform the first duty of an up-to- at bedtime. Any good pharmacy can :J
.-4.. and the natter of the steamer "Del- fine horse were turned in on it andit date citizen of a communitysubscribe supply the ingredients at small cost i THE CENTRAL NATION L BANK,

was inspected and approved by Mr. for the leading paper. This is the prescription, which when .
1 14i la. WM among our numerous Saturr.r George MacKay.Mr. I made up, is called "The Vegetable OF OCALA.
*! vMtors. I Treatment;" by others, the -Cyclone '
Captain Robert Harrison, of Lees- Blood Purifier." It acts gently and certainly ,{ .
D. A. Clark, of Martel, was in : M rl.J7V
.: Mr. 1:. II. Mote, of Jacksonville, wasprtNBitNttt burg. was among the visitors to the does wonders for some people ---- -
town yesterday, and he says the forest and stated to who are sickly weak and out of sorts
"brick Saturday
a visitor to Ocala Satury. city"
fires were burning on four sides of and is well known to relieve serious. ;IE <* Smith \' 11a1rrU
: H. arise.1 business with pleas a representative of this paper that I long-standing cases of rheumatism
I.... him Monday night and it looked somewhat the orange groves did not suffer near and chronic backache quickly. I!
but Funeral Directors and Licensed EmbalmmWe
threatening fortunatey the
the damage in the Christmas freeze Make some up and try it. :x 4

4' The Oeala Banner's business!: con rains came up in the nick of time and that some people have reported. Hesays !(
I arc equipped to tIt) the'I'rV be"t nk and tats
4141J MUIM in a prosperous condition. It put a quietus to the impending danger.Dr. that with the exception of some B. Y. P. U., Social.
.... I evening the beautiful only the latt-r: and ct mcth ido.
Last Friday
!a* started outT Jl on the new over stimulated with I
-.l,1wit .. nr. \ J. C. Boozer, of the Commercialbank sive groves fertilizers very little inten'l('home of Mr. and Mrs. Feltham, in the Telegraph Orders receive IrnmWWt at4MNi'

- is setting a good example. He the
I third ward was given over to
.. observable and these groves were
is trying to interest the farmers in of the B. Y. P. U., and their
-- The many friends ct Miss I only unfortunate in having the new OCALA FURNITURE CO.
island cotton flint and to-
sea corn
Miss Annie
rd tit'll. who is visiting land tender sprigs frozen. He says

4'4A.. Mathrws. are glad to see her out bscco.Mr. that nine tenths of the groves are all The veranda and grounds were;' japei and un

win after sereval days' illness. beautifully decorated with Japanese .tl r fit,bP
Charles W. Lafferty, of Rock- right.We lanterns, which shed their subdued I Ittty Phone No. 10. '. n .. **.* I*

.. 'I r. John Franz the great safe sell- well, was in the city :Monday on a real I enjojyed a very pleasant drive lights over :the largest and hapipesi tI t

i : -all" Ocala Monday before the estate deal. He is the owner of abouta out to Cornell Sunday morning with gathering cf the season. tt I j t --.-- ------ -- --------- -- -- ----

ff ..ard i' county commissioners. He thousand. acres of Marion county'sbest :Mr. Christy Welsh behind a fine span The members and their friend i j| Mr. D. H. Irvln". of image I Lab, |II hi* turfy u Ifs iu.! 1irt

.. tiiddii- i* some of the furnishings agricultural lands in the vicinity -i of horses. He is one of the most I were there in full force narly ODe j was a visitor .t> Orals T.H'lHt... anti !II t' wMr **.a

. ,' 'heK.-v quart house. of Anthony. stirring young business men in this I i hundred j.eople being present. Games I I,via* lad nisi a _1-.tO'
I :as is his tusto-n. mad a* rail H-
s II I vicinity and keeps things about him and music wee indulged In. !j, *...r Miff rie'ad..
. I I :u as feeling vtry lepressed, aa he had
. 'f t t.::1 \V. Long met with the Capt. T. H. Jo hnso. up from I as neat as a pin and everybody stirr- Many sweet voices were heard ;t I II him tt lilt brt t. ,'
.. commissioners Moai. Lakeland and gives tatter and I of jU&:( bf*rdf the death i>f a tarnrlt'. j
... .tr-i 1 cf I "imty discouraging -ing. He has twenty-nine mules i;among which was the quartette

4 In i 1' apacity of an honorary accounts of the damage sustained while they work in the lumber carts ,of the B. Y. P. U., who rendered many nephew Midshipman hays.4; rh. 01.

.- 1tkt by the orange groves in south every day they are well kept, look fine selections, which were greatly ,cruiser ('hark-4{ tcn. who ili,-,i a*.r '.fit. a..... di

i .-. Florida especially those in the vista-!;fat and glossy and have not so much.enjoyed. I.San Franeiaeo. tift." only a: the l leery i Itoll

J \1 Ir and Mrs. Wilbur Moore have ity of Bartow Arcadia and on down as {as a scratch upon them. Besides his I From nine until eleven o'clock delicious Threshold! u' DtanRfMnl. j u!.t ? ;
.. ..u+. to Rockwell, where they will rein far as Sarasota. mules, he has some fine horses, dogs.ji I refreshments were served consisting *' had irraduuii'b,
- -'h': the future. Mr. Moore having cows and chickens. The mill is doing a I': of chocolate, cake and cream. honor- at th. Tiava' aruii<'tii\ dOli"l \. ar : I I1

-. ,"C''I'lt'd a position there. O\\in. to increased volume of nice. business but is at present handicapped !I'The members of the B. Y. P. I*, took wo,11,1, .o/n Lk.! f"1 "!>,niiv-> >.1'.1 I<\ ..to "' a

.., work and increased cost of living for want of ears. On the way I I 11 turns in serving the guests, ably aa-i:Be'a: .t'!. ',. j.I! 'I (-i, II" r d'i :' .. '. "

" Everybody was in Ocala Monday railroad men have been granted an out we passed orange groves and '2 sisted by several of the ladies present. i j j!Secretary Taft on Ua trip to tae rt. 'r-'st anw'I

'" mi ludiac all their kith and kin. We increase of 10 per cent in wages. were surprised to see that the leaves All were unanimous in voting it''''rifir< around C'ape Horn and tm-l I 1111'i

I .f i,, ,.'r saw 10 &ny people except on Having the power to fix their own had not been phased and the ripe one: of the most successful and enjoyable f'C1 t h f. ('() nIt'nrian..' esrw.n. ..f tth KII. :th, road Itl i'...I ihi
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s. an "l.cunIoa or gome extraordinary wages the congressmen went the railroad fruit were still showing amid the socials, given by the R Y. P. V ..t--. .n a n'llrk.d ,!t'gr'-- ""'iI'iI i I- I !. :. .'

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Special cor. Ocala Banner: plant for distilling the refuse 0(2( .I..C{
TRY. To the People of Florida: The city I..prov..t ...
Messrs. Edward and Thomas Bj yle, pine lumber into wood alcohol has Word comes to us that the Crystal ,
Jamestown commission
On behalf of the at Tongs ball yesterday nionftag
Boston arrived at "Lake Weir Villa"this been established at Orange Texas River News is to be revised and put M
pedal Ocala Banner: we submit to you that we are 10 o'clock, with th* prastdi-at i
cor. week. They will visit Cuba, Palm I and it is said it will revolutionize the in better shape than ever before. That tal

: Come spend a few minutes with me, Beach and other points before returning refuse and make it perhaps the most the enterprising citizens have givena without funds. That we must rely upon chair.

friends and let me tell you what is north. valuable part of the pine industry.The bonus of $2,000 to the proprietor as the spontaneous: response of the This was a* uaaauaii inipurtmeeting.

going: on in the Grahamville and Mr. S. Lehman and Mr. E. C. Brek- I plant and its purpose is given as an earnest of good will. We like to public spirited people. That Florida I Hcalacs ta* WfuUu .......

Connor and about enridge drove to Ocala on Tuesday follows: emphasize good deeds of this sort.
country our
should be among the bright galaxy of a uoetiuattag eoa.llt h... Ie
cousins there. ing add to the pleasure of the even- Heretofore the slabs and other re- I Some :years ago when Mr. IahlonGore's the be appointed to select shine in
Mr. Joseph Butts left on Friday for fuse which come from the lumber mill / was burned at Orlando southern states that will
Naturally Ocala and all Marion paper eatuiaf year which av doubt .'11-| .
Jacksonville, where after a short stop have been put to few uses and were I the enterprising people of that suoIperblr national sisterhood at Jamestown.The .
lonnty, acknowledge that the Port-of- a ditficut uadertakiair the ". ...
he will return to Boston. considered practically valuless.! Thereis pretty city is said to have ordered time is short within which anything ,
Connor-on-the-Ocklawaha is "the picnic of the ladies seen not *o t* Iftl"+ "r.K
11'g. to be established in connection with I him a new plant before the bur may be accomplished. That we 111 1
grounds in Marion's common ed enough. to resuti' I 11 tit: r. 'J"H' -
wealth. this distilling plant a factory for man ,ning embers had cooled in compliment must call upon you for volunteers to of this orgaaixaniH! ItNtMf

FORT McCOY.A ufacturing box boards out of the fibreof I for the splendid service his paper had come up and help in this crisis. That .
Connor'as .
Nature, (bless her) shaped After the mlnut-" u >.IVi" "4I I
Box Supper and a Valentine Partyto the wood after it has been put rendered the growing city. 'we estimate $50WHi would enable tas'M
to be "the-e" picnic place of all committees malT'i'l ', II, '... '
be Given. through the process of distillation.By i The Ocala Banner has been swept:.Florida to have representation at this re
and it is and I
places now so we pons:
doing this every particle of the I by fire and flame and bank failures: Ii Ii'j :great exposition. That twice this
will be. ] The
might safely add ever CorTe'rpondut; t? ''a"
Special cor. Ocala Banner: !by-product of the large lumber mills.ant! freezes, and while it has not fared 'amount is needed to make the state ";
And many merry occasions have 'j pixed' for nui allt'lIll1l.. .,. Ir. .
A, box supper and a valentine party I will be utilized. Teets have been {so well as the papers named it has I'I'I I show to her best advantage. That j 04r'1
been indulged in under the spreadingoaks I .and stated that hum. ,j,,, It !
will be given hero at the home of Mr that this wood fibre makes a first-class 'fared well the people of Ocala and Florida can doubtless make a bet
on the banks of the raging Ok 1 ; vented her from iloinn -., 5h.t.l t It -.
and Mrs. H. C. Martin ,Feb. 15, for the board pulp an'd that the box boardscan Marion county have been kind to it; ter showing on less expense perhaps
lawaha river at Connor near Pat.Randall's I bad nothing I IlK"| .ml '. tk'
:purpose of raising a fund to aid in be manufactured from it at a they have held up Its hands and by a ,I II L than any other state in the union; '
famous The
orange grove I 1 treasurer Jill ill"1' l lai'
:purchasing a library for the Fort McCoy profit of about $3;i a ton. has enabled it to 'therefore we make this appeal to er- ': ..
I generous patronage |11
Floridia people far and wide. I received |6".Vi fn.n, i II"I'" .
school. When these two plants are in operation Ilh"e-it has not only lived but has> -ry: patriotic citizen of the state who 111.
Tho last picnic at Connor was onpst ling committee an-l II.d
and of The public is not only invited to every part of the pine tree will I prospered and feels not better but i see this article. pit >trt
Friday was composed a JS.W
come but are urged to come with well be converted into commercial: pro- proud for having done so outside of We ask you to form a committee of
|mch of young people from Ocala Being also ..hat.! 1I.t1l iif
I li i h. f,.
filled pocketbooks and aid a good ducts. There has heretofore been a bonus it feels proud in rour own to get in touch with some .
of Mrs C. C. any ; .
rider the chaperonage committee. *b. r"'M"' t." hat ,
cause. great waste 'of material and much inferior having weathered all diversitiesand one of this commission do not wait 'bi" t4
Varroll. the tree had ho..' .
Young ladies and young :gentlemen lumber and all the trimmingshad through storm and sunshine for us to reach you wrsoaally. but i 1'1..11' .ti! 4:.rn itiui [ tM
Those in the bunch were the fol walk. but .
prepare your valentines and by so do- to be thrown away by the mills. has been able to live unaided As you feel a pride in your owe cemetery t h. to.., :....
Misses! Edna Williams Sue
lowing: was DOt yet eon.pl." t..1 H..
The slabs and worthless lumber even by the emoluments of office state if you wish to haw her represented t It-
Thurber Gore Anna Mix
,Anderson ,
was acceptwl. amit\ ,
NEWS OF BOARDMAN AND VICIN will produce large quantities of wood but solely through its own exertions. at this great exposition get to ai IhM1f.. .if.?4
Alice Bullock and Berenice AUfrcd.
on, : ITY. to finish the work
alcohol and when the extracting process It feels that it has a right to work now and send us your subscription

is completed the pulp will be put be proud! of the fact that i it and ask for a subscription list. The seat Messrs. Harry Palmer and John Cor. Ocala Banner: their ..
Special report wag the ,
through the machinery to institution tM
necessary has outlived every for in doing so you will place yourselfon
IVIot. Frank Keep and Louis Wile)', of last meet IUL un l h the.-r .
...t ..
box lumber. These .
into thin
it .
press in this whole section of Florida. Of; the honor roll and will help to
Come again. Boardman. concluded that they were ready.A .
compressed boards are excellent ma the burden which rests
the: things thatH're here when it upoo
"Our Pat" says oranges are in plenty old enough to look out for themselves notion ...
all kinds of boxes. a9 ina sail f .
terial for making .rn.ethat
was established It alone survives! us all. Unless there shall be sub-
and Connor's hand is 3Iw:1)'sttr.tchrd although neither one is yet fifteen so the brumes. ....
The new box foctory will consume .cribed as much as $25.000 under this n Thu liailied ,.,...
out to you. they boarded the northbound train a the h ...
thirty tons of pulp every day. The I The Arcade Cafe. call then the commission feels it is seat *< .nn | the> 'h. ..

week ago last Friday and neither one slabs will be furnished to the distilling not justified in pursuing the matter cletr thanked. then tt their ,r..t .a
A party composed of the following ,of them have been heard from tendons
plant by the saw mills. I The Arcade Cafe opened its doors:: any further and will so report to the but could nlll rate
through Grahamville last Saturday "Ift.t
passed :since. I The lumber interests are awaiting last evening in the storeroom recent legislature at its meeting in April. All for the wat Th. t threw ,ih-.
on_ their to,_ Scott _Snrinirs____ :. '
way chicken tnicr wno nas been rom
A : ready will bto .
the result of this new industry, and 1 : who desire to subscribe: will please "Tt i.c.-t i t .... II.. ,... i'P J
Mr. and Mrs. C. Roberts lIr$. Carper irMclntoch restau-rant
ing hen roosts of various persons will at 08C't' turhl, .
successful I l aI t '
if they prove as as now notify Mrs. K. L. Fagan vice-pres( I a" y ,
lr. Dick Hendricks and Mr. Ed. all winter was caught I .
ui claimed for them other similar plants, I Mr. Chares Mongere, the: proprietor ident of the commission at No. 21C remalaiagMrs aundn r ,
Tucker, of Ocala and M. Levi Roberts He is i in,
with last Friday night. now .. .
in the lumber wonderful Wltiagtr n Iaot 'I. ; Ih'
will be established re has achieved a success West Forsyth street Jacksonville, ...

of California. the chain gang. gion of east Texas. las a cafe manager. He was at one Fla., so that records may be kept oj, yet been ahl) ", h I.a .... vi. I ta
Fires in the woods aroundabout are Many barrels of fish are sent out t la .
see order
time chief steward on the Empress of the amounts subscribed. III it /n 1.1'' atbt turd
fast dying out and the farmers are from Lake week to '
Orange every vat the sidewalk tail! ,
For the Toilet. India one of the largest steamships Respectfully.THOS. u. f" 'I. ? I. lrfeny. .
feeling: glad.Postmaster. ions north of here.
Crude petroleum, so often recom plying between Hon? Kong and San J. L. DROWN,

"Uncle Peter" Durisoe, Mrs. Caste's mother Mrs. Potts ol mended for use on the: scalp, is a I Francisco and has been connectedwith President.Mrs. This rotntuiii' 110., u.titMrs. .,
went up to the county capital last Island Grove is her at Board
visiting ) .
dark liquid a little thicker than Water -.. some of the largest and most Katherine L. Eagan. viee-president rMf itbuiidiag *- h' ail
Friday to do Marshalludley
some trading.
man.Mrs. about the consistency of olive oil. i!popular cafes in the chief cities of ; Edwin Brobston treasurer; .in fron .r *schurch .. TIM
represented Crc.ar.vi'/.e:: :: and
is i in
McCasley improving or a thin syrup) and in color betweena j this country in New York, New Orleans George Riggin Florida state commis had i--n I. ItI.J..t >,., t.
Connor country at the "Brick City" health so that she is able to be out. all ta* ral l 1.h ha' t.f, .
green and brown, looking quite i Atlanta and other big cities. sioner. v t eeedy

i>n Saturday. Mrs. Will Blake after making a green in some lights and brown in He thoroughly understands his business away. Ba* sub t riant.csrul .' I fw ,.. .ru

John M. Graham spent the past pleasant :sojourn of two months with others. The odor somewhat resembles I does his own cooking and is an It Was Good "Claude. effort .'t,' .11.-,. ,. .
Sunday with his parents. Mr. and her Mr. and Mrs. Wolfurdcn
parents ttau the
it's the least work
: gasoline, but not j adept. Our highly esteemed friend. Mr.
Mrs. L. M. Graham.Mr. .
and her sister Mrs. P. K. Richarson like coal oil. Many suppose crude I We have no doubt that a person:: Claude L' Engle. was here last week No imparts .... ,n. k .!,,*. ';
Pat Randall of Connor and
of Eunston. returned last week to her petroleum is something like coal tar :can get a meal at the Arcade equal in as a witness in that celebrated 'awo track arowd the A t t. ... ,.. mhe
Mr. E.: 0. Cordery, of the Lynne district I
home in Spartanburg, S. C. but it is not; it is not sticky or black all respects to anything served at The editor of The .'Ioridian11 prctvrmfciB! of tltn. I t. atr .
are as busy as bees. They are
W. M. R. the
viscid. It is of the best Martin's.Ocala sMmaJfc
to their in nor one ap- Delmonico's Sherry's or suffering with a horrible "crick" IB !
tip eyes oranges.
Ocala gets the bulk of their oranges. TO DEFEND PACIFIC COAST. plications where the hair is thin and may well congratulate: herself his neck. Claude played the role of the Th ansHiai. as atetratat ,J .""- -:--

falling. It must be rubbed into the on having such a fine eurterer, and I "Good Samaritan" and prescribed an library tavwtbjatto ai.,* J a-- ,.

l'ausl'-hard roads mostly. Special to the Ocala Banner: scalp-getting as little as possible on we hope for the reputation it will infallible remedy." lie was thought- -s d that arle ..d ........H smatter -

ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. Washington, Feb. 6.-The naval the hair. The less "refined" it is the give our city that it will be well pat ful enough to explain by way of parnthesis hM ba/arr s1e Nruea .r-.. i

and military authorities claim that better results are obtained from its ronized. Anyone has only to visit that while he would prescribe report ttgae ... htad ........ r lib...

use. Cheap yellow vaseline is also the Arcade to satisfy themselves that alrwktut aid tlsrt .attiHsr .
THE CHRISTIANITY OF MARTEL. the coast defenses of the Pacific coast It for us be could not bear to u w It "r'NI
I II I are not altogether inadequate to repel good for the scalp as wel las to make what Is! above written is true and is himself. His remedy was TURPBN .... .tarttM w..Ip. ,. tall

the attack of a hostile nation and tho eyebrows. It should not be usedas not said as a mere compliment. TINE. He used to keep it at horn, t.... sastte>r we d .... lahd. .1 rik as

The ladies of Iartel, Irrespective oflfnominations that in San Francisco there is a deficit a hair dressing but should be applied but "broke the bottle" and never f'tIotJ' entlthrly. M .... .... ,I .taurrdrgto

< have with commendable to the scalp only. i I IIIIIIU: lhu ... LI Rt fllft
of more than ::,Oo0 officers and wanted to see any more $
zeal organized a parsonage aid men to adequately man the guns Do not forget to take care of the i Religion in Palatka. He was like SIttU.O\II| and the Mal_ rear alrsMityt. ,II sOgMraMras

society, with the following named officers which guard the entrance to the harbor hands during the wet stormy weeks : The band of vagrant holy rollers fellow who rammed bill mouth fal ef vi .,-, liWsi, hr di.et.p d

I \ : Mrs. R. S. Woodard president: while the same lack is found that are before us. Much suffering who have been making both day and sawdust when he tried to call for h4s"Aint > Mrs H .. ("""- .......... .im. rM

Mrs. C. P. Pil1ms..lcepr'siMnt; proportionately at all the other; portsof could be avoided by properly washing !/night hideous with discord on Lemon never liked sawdust sieve." !had had an the ... '\\to .... '.. ,..

Mrs. M..t. Outland treasurer, and the: coast. Owing to the action of and oiling the hands at night and i:street for the past two weeks quit "Claude" said ho was at oa* tin Mree s.. 1s.Nlit .......,.... -

Mrs. P. \. Ausley, secretary. the California Promotion Committee a protecting them through the day. the city Monday night. They decided an inveterate "gum chewer. but colaI 11d tite tH1j ..II.... IIff .r. Mat -

The president presides with ease bill is now to be introduced to congress Avoid alkali soaps, but if you must : that they would abandon the people "there's nothing dots'" any.kMf.r tine ., '1'br bN.ipe... Ire. n tot ,.....

liiginty and courtesy. The secretaryKeeps us them, be sure to rub the hands of Palatka to the churches. They of eery ....Ih tnat.! .-e... r'e''o
and it is expected that the results I Turpentine, rosin "KIMS .....: +rtiy
the minutes of the meeting on of the complaints made will be well with corn meal moistened with I had come unto their own but their "gumocracy crowd!" All syaeaynouswith .... 10 parr ,lb. .,h.. I. aata.r ... =

business principles which is full and to place the Pacific coa't.in. complete good cider vinegar, rubbing dry with I own had given them the hinkydink something illnjTTfabto. ail lid fIuf..'........ h:.. "', ..... .....

I dry corn n ea. for words to that effect. .... bourn t.o ..
t"omlMt"h.ing honor where it belongs. defensive po il ion. left a bad taste>& his nouth t 'Ia' 1httt eb .ell

) A fee of ten cents per month ',- j I Before leaving the band serenadedthe Not even "Gum Drops" had aa *u. Las ..'" std '.'h. f EI_ MM9'h. .

const tllt l'S membership of ladies; NEW FLYING MACHINE TO FLY. : On Tuesday evening about S:30::: News, and like all mountebanksand I phoneous taste or toaad-J-.tt.. rwedi.t.. .... it k i s # tame

mem may become honarary members o'clock Mrs. Guyer accidently stepped fakirs rolled their optics skyward -Florldian. M.eS4 r+ r.ri paM ,,,, br+.'yfttirlte

by paying one dollar per annum in Special to the Ocala Banner: off the city dock and fell into the walt and pronounced a blessing on ti "tine. .'r.... _

advance.t'erlaln. Xew York. Feb. G.-The brothers r. Mr. II. T. Sweet manager ofj j i all who had the temerity to interfere Mr. Bass came dotes fm ".b The ...Itt. ......b... ..t .. ".. a .,MapN

questions are decided by Wright, who are the first men to makea Zapfs Opera House, happened, to be :,with their graft.In I Dkeechobee on the ...., $ueee son I 'ak.pi .... SNd itrpu*... Mh

ballot. successful flight in the air in a ma near by, and without a moments hesitation the afternoon two of the women t: Sunday, tiriaciag II.... perish oj ..... I f' ... ....h far ', ,

An enthusiastic meet in? was held chine of their own invention after dived overboard after: the lady came to see the editor. One of them J fish for shipment The Mr Is MI to* I...... ...' .....Lagoa ,..a. ". ....... rI.

Jnauary : 1. .\ bill of $15.00 worth of being the guests of the members of and succeeded in bringing her safelyto II said she loved him. but as it was I In the upper KtMinim Kivr, thai .. ,.... ttl T" 4o .... it

parsonage furniture was made out. the Aero Club last night are today land so that what might have been I{said publicly there should bo no !scan I tht steamer" cannot get through 'u I I'". Reed rMe rer
and Mesdames Mollie Smith and II. ordering materials for their new ma a tragedy was averted. Unfortunately dal. The redheaded lady who blows Klssiramee J now-Fort Moles Pr... It I_pi s., uisriliisMrt.r' etipr bsrer
I for Mr. Sweet he lost his watch the bass drum didn't do much talking
W. Long) were appointed a committee chine. t Wish ,-..... &t.

I> buy same.It They state: the new machine will be and the: chances of his ever finding it but the tambourine artist was Rather a difficult saner to ..... .. ilia ilsr s tr r.. .............. ,wbe

was determined to have a supper ready for flight in a few months. Theywill in the soft mud at the bottom of the wound up. She didn't care so much 1 with Florida's tartans ad anduatrirt ...... I l..rf a1 iii. .... '...=.. ...
lake are exceedingly slim.-West about what the News said regardingthe I: j
is the parsonage the evening of February build two machines but on* will JickMXirtll Parsasdiaa lilt
additional funds Palm Beach Sun. religious ( ?) work of the band.but and lYnsacola' tell of the ". .
9. to raise to be used for experimental: purposes.TO tine ""ardel Jl tal titaMri '.r" t1MN toMausL ..
secure up to data furniture to make she was really grieved that the paper ()f the shipping rnitt their 'lItnh.I sasllslr- -IT"' -.,. --

the preacher' and family comfortable EXPLORE ALASKA. I Japanese Naval Expert's View. !I had reflected on the quality of their poru. Tampa boasts of her ...,... MMs t T .sartlr yet ...

In all rospocts. I j music. "Why," said she "we have cigar trade, the fut] Cu..t ........ I R yl ..

The pastor and his good wife entered Special to the Ocala Banner: Tokio. Feb. G.-The Hochi Shimbun, two of the best horns in Florida; they tell of wonderful Ah. "....*.. ... Ma 1 Mil r Issia..s ,a* .....,,. pt1111li ..1 _

tcartlly into the business meetingsof Philadelphia Pa., Feb. 6.-Dr. G. quoting a naval expert, says: "In are expensive instruments and we fruit shipment, and M. ..... 11Vi J'l'

the society and good fellowship B. Gordon curator of the departmentof spite of the apparently limitless rivalry feel awfully bad to have you make ford with the assaw.sl.ant el .ae .,... + )

I'rt'nil g. ethnology in the museum of science i. for size and efficiency in naval armaments fun of them." When assured that it first: car of c..ry shgpd .led .. -- -<_ .'.,.

The pastor has filled all of his appointments and an has nearly all arrangements according to the systemsat was all a mistake and that the horns amazing fact remains thai 'absat Ma 1 In. t..... ttrrttrr ... .* ., abwM.

on the circuit is placing made for the starting of thenpt"dition present known ships cannot be I were all right the lady seemed sat hundred ran of this p.reteUelaast ;sl isaLM aaat** ..

hlnuelf in close touch with saint and organized by the University constructed exceeding 20.000 tons or isfied. She also stated that she "gavea I duct have >et to'" Mttd 10 t.. ..'Isb MaY btrltlltihaiMs ........

flnnor by a well defined system: of of Pennsylvania to explore Alaska. guns of greater calibre than 1: inches man his dollar back the other night I. Northern markets. \Vk* ..It.I" .... .... ''''11L .... tIn t

pastorial visitations and where he It is announced that special attentionwill be efficiently operated. after we learned that he thought he this State's rewweM. it to 1Mieast .. ... r a g-sA !r

fo 's he throws a ray of sunshine in be given to the Behring Sea and :More powerful explosives: have been I!was giving it to the Salnton Aray." to know where te xos-ia fart limit ... Itf-1., .. -- 1"1 T

the hearts of the people. that the habits and ucstoms of the recently invented and greater economy Before leaving town the rollers is scarcely say llsit.-tIt. \_..... .... N.I ... e..II I' 1 tuwhl

Repairs on the parsonage will beginit people living in this bleak region will in space realized in boilers anJ I i sought out Chief of Pollee Hap and Record -. -.--- -- ._

an early day and pushed to comple be carefully studied. engines. These mark a new epoch it !asked him to give them a letter of pNsM flf-:ilL J M ism

naval armament and it is now only I recommendation The chief decided There is nnthtog_ao -atsjssf- tonocect .ta .... mill. b IrwsM lM

t tion.Dr.. Carroll of Ocala, will preachU Official announcement has been open to experts to concentrate their after which they asked one of the (J3-I or gt+.rd. lk.t 41.. ash to tar '---..'---' -

Martel the second Sunday of each made that not only will the opera energies for carrying these: innovation trolmen. I gotten; M u* hold to thstf fMth <* d'--ii..11111 1a1--: :1 N.. t,** ... -
t tjonth, 3 p. m. Salome be dropped at the Metropolitan into effect/ The News takes ttt position that none. An iaf.at a pmttis< Hut*, iI i i... l'I lo''a'r' r-- 1 It:. -Ito r.;.. t -

It is ctpected that Dr. Dodge, of opera house, the proprietors of the churches! in this city are as yet dying in the cradle will pre again I i If tl/tte .. ".l.. .. .

Ocala, will make an appointment at which made complaint but that Con A Georgia paper says: "He who quite well: qualified to look after the in the better thus ef ukase flat j t'tBls n* __ ... ... ..,..
cartel on the fourth Sundays :3 p. ned will not present it elsewhere in rides on the rail courts death. It was spiritual welfare of the people, I loved it. tad play Its part HMO***) !.MilMeNItlluoer
.'.. for the benefit of their local Presterlan New York City. No decision baa been an Irishman ridden on a rail who It also will not hesitate to denounceas them: to the r' dw, ato* MttoSM .( tk.

|> brethren. made yet as to the production of it!, said that except for the honor of the bogut any band of unattached, world, though it. twty W hWM4 to 1 her site

H. W. LONG. in other cities. thing he would just as soon walk. elf-appslated YanfUst bass drummers ashes or drov&wl fa ... d..y tm i,,- *.. a Ma sir aslua rf a* to

I Atlanta Journal. whose chief punent consistsIn Florida Chn.cbl1 ."HIIIe.11 .... !-. .... 'Mt- .. ... .... .Sr' .

I A $35,000,000 BRIDE. Judge Holland In the United States deamtlitlrm of cir churches.And ....tt... ..,... ".'iu"4.

1Jt district court at Philadelphia imposeda Blessed is the man who can have the the paper hat ao apologies to .\ points .w.... h. n*.; IrtMllf ."- 11'a

to the Ocala Banner: following writ on his tombstone: make fc? Us work la assisting I II
Special fine of $ .QQO on the Carden Iron to point or Qoee To...* air aalw'

1 New York. Feb. d-A new suspen- Works company, of Camden, N. J., Life's race well run. break up the work of this band of basing {Mtat >od aat HHtfjar! I -e-
** iNsir
11 lion bridge. 150 feet above the high which was recently convicted of ac- Ufe's 'work well done. rollers U PI1&. *. Pilatka News. mf'3nt. Mjtr1wimittoa ail HMVshould If ,..* 1 lm> .y
of :,OQ0 feet, theVngesl Life's well a. ......
with a span crown won- be
1 water cepting rebates. M d.eri.rfs., tfiM. asttlMr to t" ,tell II
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j : in the world and estimated tot Now comes rest. Says a Georgia philosopher: "Some totals has ere ha"4a wy. r 11.., .... .... ..a::.tttrrltp. .. ae& wirym ... _

lOSt $35.000,000\ is being projected The Japanese are bitterly opposedto of us spend half a life time waitingfor ... .. lid.... '-' ....

I lew. It will probably be built beAPen the exclusion project. Our relations Dr. Parkhurst says that Mrs. Eddy's prosperity when we might have Jesse Grant M.. .f O.ttoea, VII-*.j \\ a11MMih"r'd .. .. ....... (1smGIs ,

Fourteenth and Forty S econdtreets with the little people are becoming ,school of religion is silliness amount have had it by working for it halt a S. Grant U- a d. eepi Mod n... .> ...,
1b to the New Jersey aids more and more strained. ing almost wickedness.. "RIf1
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M44 tAKA ELIZABETH HARRIS ': Reports reach us that two colored i In Honor a Bsvy of Charming GirlsA Pror.iirent Guests at the Ocala House

I LINt$ Editor. imen: : in the Fellowship neighborhood lovely affair of Thursday was the Mi and Mrs. C. H. Perkins and : A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR.i I

j ,have been bitten by a mad do;. The t,card party given by Miss Sue Anderson I Mrsf". H. Perkins sr., of Providence, i .

\ 1 number of dogs that have gone mad in for her guest; Miss Thurber Gore, 'R.I.. are guests at the Ocala House I i,

LOCAL AND PERSONAL.i that neighborhood is becoming alarm I,of Wilmington. X. C. and Miss Bere I i For .-me years past they have beer i Wm. G. Hunter Uses

: nice Alfred of Inglis. and Miss Edna !making annual winter visits to oui
,ing. Pe-ru-na ,;s a Family i ii
: n... Trtnirrr Iho' popular I Williams, who is the guest of her sis :city and like it as well if not better i I

.H.f.-..., 'lkl\jf'W.! l! -! Nnt a fat The jury of inquest over the re- I!ter Mrs. C. C. Carroll, and Miss Alice !than any of the places in FloridaMr. Medicine.PERUA i iI

'tn"f. I. t.. a \ .tt rda: majns= of Prof. Worthy who was burn ;Bullock one of Ocala's popular de f Ferkins says the surrounding: :i
butantes. ,are so much more inviting and attractive i a man f undoubted repnta .
tt'in! a burning building at Dunncllon : WHEN g'.
comes out squarely in publicprintgivingunqualifiedendorsement
linic: The received in the : than at most places.
Ii d v- SI.Kntr an-1 last Saturday night we understand j girl parlor.

"" >t>' Ii' fat a br1- f \ :-:' !rom: could find nothing indicating "foul : Miss Anderson always an attractive -!, During the past summer Mr. and a household remedy there must be something t.-
,; -'a'as I looked well in :)j rs. Perkins made a tour of Europtin ,
; unusually
1 tfr I Ttjt't an i: play." girl a genuine to account for it.
-- ----- white silk made princess and an automobile. They went over,
II gown I Hon. W. G. Hunter, of North rare
Itt. ''. nun '. I in her dark hair she wore a wreath :r.:: Jand. crossed the channel inn well-known an.
tt Vt' :!u nor. :r? > MrsR'. J. Chambers left Friday I : Una: Washington
', th' ; of i France and from France to Germany throughout the Southern States, of
u < l tar K*, i- an.z: for Tam,'-} to join her husband and pink forgetmenots.Misses says
Gore and Williams both along the Rhine and into Switzerland Peruna that he regards it as the greatest
C :
I t r>.i turns to kal-t. :cb'ilren vbo went several days ago.
rnd returning crossed the Alps anttisited : family medicine ever discovered.
attractive blonds. looked 1
Her Ocala friends regret to see prettyin
: \ Italy. They stopped at more i lie does not hesitate to say that I
Mr! ft I* Bradley of 'h,- Ba-set i her leave. lavender, while Miss Alfred and ; f .
Peruna invigorates and gives freshI
hotels and ,
I than three hundred saw
llrtdt' I'ltnll.h coHipam. was ;a I II Miss Bullock were gowned in dreses ; I

.'.Wt m ,)It.. (k'ala HOIIMt.rday.! I On Thursday evening Mrs. Jerry I of white and were much admired. ;I all the places of interest in EuropeMr. I strength Such testimonials to mind and m body.this ought u j .
I Perkins says that in his judgment .
There twelve tables arrangedin !
Burnett entertained a few of her were : make Peruna popular.:
!.vid lty KliMtiHh 1 I. th. n.ime tha t friends in honor of her guest. Miss the parlor and dining room and for I Eujrland is the prettiest country. The No advertising known to the arts of a.-
MW bM* aura u .the ))1)tlo! daughtei I Davis of South Carolina, and Miss several hours the game of progressive I h'.el: 1 ways are narrow but bordered man, no commercial management! could
I t with hedges and the houses and : ever raise Peruna to such a high standard
Welsh. whist
Mr. E C. was played.
"! !Mr MM Donnie Marsh of Panasoffkee. Many
ev.1 gtourds are all so clean as to be al i of appreciation: as the frank and un- ,
--- were played and late in the The scores were kept on dainty little I j
t uWwtt H i-rt iiid. t Cam i* now refreshments were served. club shaped score cards and were nost immaculate. But Germany hisayy qualified statements of such men. j I'

IHIM tfrMlNMili of th* county. lle ening I marked by little Miss Ony and John is the most hustling and push J Peruna is an'
ideal household
ants ifcjr ar- nil In excellent ('(,ndi Chazal. I lug of all the nations of Europe. England I
Everybody is still complimenting It ward
remedy *
I and bt : A Reliable Remedy
self-satisfied to
i is seems
ItNk. Captain G. Thayer )Maughs chairman It was found at the conclusion of oft colds and re"liove
wi'Iing to rest on the reputation she i For Colds.
-- and Secretary Williams, for the I the games that Miss Sara Harris and I catarrh in
TV Halter Week It aow being rap has already achieved. The wine ,
all its form and
manner in which they prepared Mr. J. Workman were the fortunate phases.
HI" ..r........ The *<*. are as tine splendid growing; districts in France are prosperous I I By ridding the system of catarrh it
the Elk's entertainment last winners of the prize and were presented -
.r II....4 b. art tile electric elevator I : and the people thrifty but asa ; cleanses the body of tlio.. conditions '
Thursday night. Their praise is oneveryone's with a pair of silver scissors l I
e t a .r.tkM It a day or twoowtte whole the French republic seems to which invite chronic diseases. ,
lips. and a silver pencil and the booby I
i T' taMffct many little bil ; was gin to Miss Belle Williams .be on the decline. : Cold Affected Head.Throat and Lungs. 'I HUNT.ough

neededat Miss Andeson served delicious salad -I i He says that they enjoyed the trip; Mr. Matthew O'Uare. 143; William St. ,
....jrot&t'rwtee geniK An electric light is badly I
Nws ,
her sis- i immensely and it is one that every : Fall Hiver, Mass., writes: I II Relieved Pe
ltIft4rn: to nil at the captain's of the waiting room of the Seaboard i coffee cake assisted by By -ru.na.
I American, who can afford it, should I "About four years ago I consulted a I II
of that Line railway. Save for the blazein :er, Miss Margaret Anderson and Miss I
,Ail pull with some pros Air I :!ake. The country is seen to the best I physician to get relief from a cold I II lIon Wm. O. Hunter, ex-member

_ w. kfM w liHcb about. the fireplace the travelers waitingfor I Louise Gamsby. I.I advantage and the traveller can stop I which bad stopped up my bead and also I II comb Carolina 1..ejls1atarcwrUet
a belated train are compelled to The guests at this delightful party i I settled on my lungs, resulting in catarrh !rom the Census Office Building Wa.h-
wherever he and ,
"h, lsH ra tad the performing; I'sit in darkness. With one or two electric !besides the honor guests were Misses I I pluses as long as I, and also throat difficulties. |I ngton D. C.. concerning Peruna :

-r- gate M their annual winter' lights they could read and in that I II Mat tie and Carrie Williams Edna 1 1elson. I h1 pleases. "lie gave me some medicine but four

."ttlk. this I week. They haven': way help to pass away the time. !:\ Pauline Sullivan Janet i i i months. faithful use of the ame did me iBo i The greatest family' medicine

r tr, ",... ant if iheir old tricks 01 I Leathers Margaret and Mamie Tay- i From One of the Faithful in North : pood. I tl':j tried other doctors but ; ever which discovered comes from in experience my opinion..,

..r' .1 t M] U. 110' OUtt. I CoL Edwin Spencer received a telegram -' or, Josie Bullock. Louise Harris, An- 'i Carolina. it was just the same. I' well as observation Is Petuna. The
"So I decided to Pernna and after
try most common affliction to human
I yesterday from some town in lie Atkinson, Sara Harris Edna Dozier .
using two bottles my lung: began to kind is a bad cold. Peruna drhet
',t I M T t'ar't-r. of the Fellow Mississippi stating that his son i Vic Ray sor, Leafy Sylvester, Caro ', The following is a verbatim copyof '
I I of wands off
heal, did not cough nearly sc much it out doors. catarrh
i *.'<'(u.> >IIt'nf Tuesday in Ocala, George,. was there and said he would Liddoa Ethel Robinson Annie Davis, the report made to Postmaster and slept better. !' invigorates andghcs fresh strengthto

':''.'.i <>( hi" tlitiKhter Mrs. W. D return home if the money was sent I i Lillian Thagard Louise Scott Emily ,, General Cortelyou by a newly appointed "In six months the cough; :catarrh : mind and body. I give Peruna"

,. rmtt him. The money was immediatelywired I ford, Belle Williams. Anna :Mixon postmaster in a rural district of rand throat difficulties were all cured. ;( my unqualified endorsement,

to the railroad agent and the i Bessie Porter: Messrs. Workman Pe- North Carolina: "I was pleased with the result and I Mr. G. W. Taylor. Clendt'nm.'a...

... rial.i Harm has gone ,tc little fellow by this time is on his I lot. Robinson Taylor, :McDougal, Har- I "mister Jorge Cortelyoa president wish to write YOU of it." Seven bottlesof writes:

',' 11\11", <;. where the will spend way back. i ris. Walters. H. W. Walters Frank lot the United States.-Dear sir been Peruna cured me. I "I think that Pernna is the greatest

.I.\. i n h Mliitet Margaret and Harris, Smith. )Meffert James Taylor I required by the instructions of the A. L. Hewitt,J. P., West Berlin, Vt.. i tonic that was ever put on the market

'! I office to quarterly. I now I writes: "I am happy to be able to write For several bothered zn.so .
report my
\".t.. v Off For Salt Springs. Will Taylor Palmer Crook Scott post 'I years eyes
you this letter in relation to what .your much. The pain was so severe some*
fulfill the by reporting
Dunc2.l.Miss I plesent duuty
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Roberts their:and I
funeral Peruna has done for my family. j: ;imes 1 would think they would surely
/f"I..aq t Roberts. Levi Roberts of California :is follers. The harvesting has been .
I cousin Mr. "When I t the fir bottle
: brough ;>t home aurstoutof my head.
'<>r.. RV* Jut had a handsome Mr. ;cin on purty smart and most of the
Mrs. Carter, of this city, Entertains Card Club. I
Eagleton : I found my wife and daughter both "/ tried Peruna and Manalin end am
.nju ,iint.4 OB toe windows of their Ed. Tucker, !labors have got thur cotton about dun ,
and Mr. the of eick wife
Dick Hendricks Delightful indeed was meeting -my with indigestion and my 'o-day a well man. am cure 1 should
1/. rat rlM. .... south of the Ocala left Saturday for Salt Springs where I he young ladies' card club yester- !sheet is hardly a average crop on rot! daughter with a severe cold. They lavediei had it not been for Dr. If a*

II ,.... they will spend about two weeks I II lay afternoon with Miss: Margaret llin lans corn is yellowish and 'wontut 1, were both cured. man's wonderful medicine, Peruna."

I fishing and enjoying the benefits :: more ten booshels to the aker the "I am willing to state that Peruna Such testimony as the above baa
.,. fatal and Mrs. W. H hunting ilasleton. These weekly gatheringsf
\ 'racy health tiealth of the community is only toler- taken in the beginning! will cure theom given Peruna a high standard in the tr
cf the waters as a the young ladies are always
t. "i> uf TaUaaauee are the parents II ible meesels and cholry has broken "A cold in 24: to 3t> hour" j uautioa. cf the public.
advocates. :
have many with much enjoyment bring-
w m jut in abought 2:: and a half miles from
together as it does a corterie of --- --- -
aI/liar, .w, to Sooth Carolina where ng ... rlm -
f r err -J......... I Mr. Jack McCully of Fellow ;i congenial people and the games of I']bear, thar are a powerful awaken on

ship was in the city yesterday. He .;whist are no less enjoyable. ,'the subject cf religion in the Potts 1lL .;ft.j: a

\i \R .of Lake Weir, is as fat and as an arctic seal and saysit | Miss Eagleton was assisted by her 11 aaborhod and many soles are bem '

t.>.. w w ft potltioa with Mr. M, all comes from eating home made sister, Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton and I'made to know thar sins forgiven.:-
11a'm' nal factory at Crystal: juicy steak home cured hams, sausage -! those playing cards besides the members :nancy Micks a neer nabur had a m-:\

", WM In (k-ala between trains i I backbone grits 'tater pose and were the following: Mrs. F. T. .baby; but be is a por scraggy !huh Gold Storage

'I! -1.\ It"l had been down to bisif' i :other things that the Florida farmer'I'Schreiber Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce Mrs. fellow and wont live half his day and.
abou all I know and ha(0: : r '
At Lake! Weir and was return ,feasts on.Another. :D. W. Davis Miss Lanier of Tarboro. ,

'r -ial River. : X. C., and Miss Edna Cashing, of port he presnet quarter give my :'p Meuts
I : Mad Dog at BHtchten. : Red Bank X. J. i iI spects to Miss Cortelyou, and sar: tt"I I ;

luUit ; RotHTtirfin i j-:; now act i Dr. S. H. Blitch is having a bad I The prize for gales, a handsome I I scibe myself yours truly."
': j
',, !'I.'Otwol is performing: the du 'time with his dogs. He went out to !|deck of cards. was won by Mrs. D. S'I -
Ve beg to anmlounce t to the
r it*.. Lit ,I." olBtv with great ..hgnityfuliifh !his Blitchton home some days ago l Woodrow and} the prize for points, I Ii Rising from the 't _

and tint'' and is .iddiug con and found one of his favorite dogs two pretty hand\trchi-fs.) by Mrs. j
i prominent manufacturer. Wm. A public that we are ieady to
.tf.'rallly! "t the exchequer of the raving mad and he was compelled to !Schreiber.Mrs. !Fertwell, of Lucama X. C.. relates a

.'sir kill it. He went out again yesterdayand I W. T. Gary will be the next i most remarkable experience. He say.-: cure Meats. We GUA ANTEESATISFACTIQN -

found another dog with well developed hostess of the club, entertaining on I"After taking less than three bottle

Mr 11. .I I Chambers and children l '' case of the rabies, so he had Saturday of next week. I of Electric Bitters I feel like one -
rising from the grave My trouble is andsolicit
fetii.. r,la>' for their future home to use his gun again. The dog bita l lI Blight's disease in the diabetes stage 1t --.... -- -

In T...*. Mrc. Chambers remained pet pig which hied of hydrophobia.We Neighbors Gat Fooled. I fully believe Electric Bitter will
"' <
i*-r taut night and will leave for reecived a phone message from I I'cure me permanently for it has already -; your patronage.& !>- <
--I literally coughinb myself to the iver and bladder
.1 was 'I stopped
Tam,.. this afternoon It is a mattt'f Dr. Blitch last night at 9 o'clock saying -
j death and bad become too weak to complications which have troubled me
(-f .l.f|">( regret that Ocala parts i I that another dog had had to be :[heave my bed: and neighbors predicted for years. Guaranteed at Tydings k OCALA ICE &

wrh, Iblliilllt'Delhl! family. shot from the same cause. : that I would never leave it alive: I Ii Co., druggist. Price only SOc. m
i but they got fooled for thanks to 4

.God. I was induced to try Dr. King's Miss Emma Foster, of Philadelphia. 11
---- -- -- -------- ------- -- -- --- fa FUEL CO.
New Discovery. It took just four one
dollar bottles to completely cure the I is at Mrs. William Christopher's fora

cough and restore me to good sound I short stay, being the guest of Miss \1 lmli'BrI

,u alth." writes* Mrs. Eva Uncaper of I It Meithur, formerly of Gainesville

I. Fenlala Weakness.. ;urtown.. Stark county. Ind. This i Miss Foster is the daughter of the .
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N ; :viuu; of cough and cold cures and -rnrr- -y----------
'!ate Judge E. K. Foster of Orlando.
hea.t.r of throat and lungs, is guaran-
t<.*:d !hy Tydings & Co., druggists.; 50c. ,one of the most prominent jurists andawyers

..ml $1.111.('. Trial bottle free. m ever residing in the state. Alter INVVV'tAN ,J\A..AyV'NV
I List Fall I?, writes: Mrs. S. G. Bailey! of Tun- I removed (.i
: Mr. Foster's death his

f neltonV.. Va., "I was going down by inches, m Be Considerate cf Dumb Animals. I ITh.'re her home to Gainesville, and later to''

from female disease, with great pain. After tak- E'bj'ddelphia, where she has relative
are people who will ride a living. Miss Foster will go to St. IVl FISHEL

ing Cardui, Ohy! \ How I was benefited I horse up to the hitching post or rack Augustine later for a visit with

am not well yet, but am so much better that I will ati without food or drink. Others who I
keep on taking \Vine of Cardui till I am perfectly will hitch a horse in that way to I!I Disease of Twenty Years' Standing s = i

cured. '-:and all night. And such men are I, Cured.

a'lotted to go at large while good I! I want : :>:1 to know how much Shoes Shoes

Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies per !Je are worrying themselves about i:!lIt Chamberlain has c:;.rcd my Salve face has of done a skin for me.disease i J

; 4 ') and rivals, Car& i still holds supreme position h-atht.n foreign lands.-Texas Farm. of a' cost twenty j ears' standing.I ,
6 t. I have ;. en treated by several as

.' today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and Kindness to dumb animals is one I smart physicians as we have in this Shoes
country and they did me no good, but i
cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up t.1 ;he distinguishing traits that two boxes of this salve has cured :
makes a nation great. In fact. no me.-:Mrs. Fannie Griffin, Troy Ala.

the organs, regulates nan can claim to be civilized un- Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by all
M: his training is such that he will druggists.Dr. m .
the functions and aids Write us a letter desa.tlog'') } A new Spring line of Ladies'and
>eur syirptcss Ino11\e wi:1: send you show mercy to the whole dumb creation E. L. Scott who has been spending
in the replacement of Address Free A$:vi'e.ln Lades': p'.n Advisory: seated Dp-trr.t.en\'e oe. I .-Gonzalez, iTex.) Inquirer. the past six months ia Ocala has 5 Men's high and low

The Olttanooil Meol: Co..Ow1ttl-
100rl.Tenn. for Trouble. gone to Birmingham, Alabama where
I a misplaced organ. :, "'I han lived in California for twenty -Ihe will locate and practice his profes ; S cut Shoes--just received : :

At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles. years and am still hunting for sion. He will have offices in the
,trouble in the of barns sores,
way building
building in which :
Brown. !arx

WINE ,of I wounds piles boils that Bucklen's cuts sprains Arnica, or a Salve case Mr. Sidney E. Hiller formerly office.of } COM[ AROUND AND HAY(E A FITr !II

ns |won't quickly cure" writes Charles this city, has his real estate

__ CARDUI ,Walters of Alleghaney.: Sierra county Dr. Scott's Ocala friends trust that
| Xo use hunting Mr. Walters; it he'"will have every success in his new J
r' OF cures every case. Guaranteed by I N\, ,
i Tydings & Co.'s drug store. m



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Pt .......................... .......................... I NO PLACE FOR BOYS. THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC. ,

i J ". A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BeutferAnnouncement "
1c OCALA'8 BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE. 'I What can a boy do. and where can a Ably Edited Religious Magazine

boy stay, Makes its Bow to the Public.

i If he is always told to get out of the
way? Among the new state publications
!: G. D. HOG A N J I He cannot sit here and he must not received at the Record office this weekis

I stand there, the initial number of the Florida We have just purchased tlu- *pl nthdl.\, '{1"11'1", i
.. i The cushions that covers that rocking Catholic, which as its name indicates, machinery plant of the Yonjje and [ Iln.. + ''.MIWIM, ,

: I chair is devoted to the interests of Catho-; I and solicit a share of the repair} work of M n..n Hi '

Having purchased the saloon property formerly : I I Were put there of course, to be seen I;lies, of the state. It enters a fertile I counties. We make a specialty uf r"-;...'I u ;
operated byV.. McGrath and made many imProvements : j and admired; I j j field. with conditions demanding a adjoining

;.fIt. : on same, I am now prepared to handle : .[A boy has no business to ever bel I i,magazine of this character. and it will I I steam pumps gas engines etc.:

i mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety : I tired. i I|j prove both interesting and instructive LK u> quote you price.. I
I!The beautiful and flowers that
roses ,
I to its readers. ,
of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now :
bloom I! Rev. James Veale. D. D., wields the i
; carried enables fill the order of i Ocala Gas Engine
me to everyone on !!on the floor of the darkened delicate editorial pen with a fiuency that ,
: short notice. The fitted : I I i
premises are now up especially j I room I makes him a writer of exceptional

; + for this class of the business, and your orders will : i"Are not made to walk onat least ability. He displays keen judgment \I CompanyMcMillan

1 be filled the came day they are received and shipped : not by noys; in the selection of matter. entertain-:
The house is no place, anyway for ing not only to the Catholic but to the I L ... '
: on the first train. In your next order includeHoganrs : -AAd- -1 l1l '
their noise. non-Catholic also. The whole Catholic!
a I (world is drawn on to fill the -'
It XXXX Rye I I pages. --_._- -------- --
' 'Yet boys must walk somewhere; and I but liberal space is devoted to local
1 'I
what if their feet; 'and state news.
1 : The Best Goods on the Market :
j it ,. ;Sent out of our houses, sent into the I Many of the priests of the diocese I Bros. :

i I street, i Tare contributors to the Florida C3.tho-l
t i G. D. HOGAN I Should step around the corner and lic, and questions of the day pertain- -

I' i I pause at the door lug to church affairs are discussed by Southern Copper \\'or sManufacturers

t Ocala Florida. 4 l f[Where other boys' feet have paused competent authorities. It is a paper

often before; that may be read with profitable results -
Should pass through the gateway of by all but to the Catholic it will I of Turpentine SUlta
;; I glittering light. prove almost indispensable.Rev. .

f'i"f i Oldest Wiiskey) ; House in Central I Florida. : Where jokes that are merry and: Foster Foley of this city is and General Metal Workers. ,

: 1 songs that are bright business manager and while but a
l t ,......................N.......................... .Ring out a warm welcome with flattering small proportion of the sixteen pages -- -
; I
'" I voice, divide the reading matter with advertising ( )lii Stills taken in exchange: for mw u n r*" Patching

if '-'- And temptingly say "Here's a place the cover space is sold and it I through the country a specialty: 4 .I'ti..r", by mail .i r

for the boys." is safe to assume that Father Foley's \\rir will receive prompt attention at either of th,. {i
'i. W. A. KNIGHT I- E. LANG I Ah. what if they should? What if energy will improve the financial re-I following works .

your boy or mine turns. The subscription price is oue I
t ANNOUNCEMENT.\ I Should cross over the threshold which dollar per year, and even at this early FAYETTEtflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, IA

I marks out the line date the ilst of subscribers is most JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA

Twixt virtue and vice, 'twixt pure- encouraging, indicating their appreciation

J We have just purchased the Uagon and Harness business of Messrs I. ness and sin I of the publication.-St. Augustine -
t S. A. Standley & Company and propose to add to the stock of goods every And leave all his innocent boyhood I Record. I

thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of within? I
t 'r the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar Oh. what if they should, because you!l I The Local .
w ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety and I, i Newspaper.:; ; j I
; of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. Ocala House Wine
While the days and the months and i Clarence E. Edwards chief of the! Rool1)sTHY )

3 High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages, the years hurry by. public bureau of the California pro- '!

Unexcelled Wagons Harness Are too busy with cares and with motion committee, before the Co'.usa: )
II-t-: --
lire s fleeting joys
county chamber of commerce, said: '
Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.
To make 'round our hearthstone a
I "It is one of the rare things. in life
place for the boys? i to have silent, unostentatious work :I II

1i i Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. There's a place for the boys. They appreciated I' and commended. It i:5. OLD LLEGHANy :

1i will find it somewhere; 'l not only the work of the chamber of. -
1J We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate: Competition., i
homes daintily
1f And if our are too commerce that counts but there is" ; I

f We Sole for the fair !I another factor in the of !!
are Agents celebrated White Hsckorv T Turpentine -f I. I upbuilding a! PURE l
I and Farm Wagon. !|For the touch of their fingers the community that is a mighty power, RYE.Put
f .
tread of their feet,
but, which as a rule, is derided andalmost ,
They'll find it, and find it, alas, in
scorned. I mean the local '
: Knight & the street, newspaper, and none is as little ap i

i Ek Lang; '3IIJ: the gildings of sin and the, glitter preciated. There never was a new-i iI 4 full Qts
of vice
; ,I paper, no matter how insignificant, i up
tl I fSuccessorto Standlm! and Co. )
And with heartaches and longings we that did not do more for its community -!

t .. ---. -- I pay a dear price than the community dH fr the in Fancy Cartoons
F For the getting of gain that our life- newspaper. ,

:t. ... I time employs. I "It is not only in the matter of giving -i: Delivered at

Ifs Furniture I!If we fail to provide a place for the news to the home people! that the' your

r boys. ocal newspaper benefits a community. I
I I Every issue carries out to the woiid! Express Office v

bt :A place for the boys dear mother, the message of progress of the com:

l I I pray; munity. I never knew a man yet : I
t i As cares settle down 'round our short i For Sa.2 ( )
I i who contemplated a change of !()('a-:
It's a little early but our tall stock is
f arriving daily and I earthly way i[tion that did not sead for the newspapers -;
ff f all we ask i is a chance to save you msnev. All we ask is a !Don't let us forget by our kind, loI \-|! of the new place. He does')

eery minutes of your valuable time tc show you through !i ins deeds :not merely read the news contained l :1 Regular 51 .00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot
stock. i To show we remember their pleasures [
our |i I I and needs; -! :: -;i: omplete Price list.f'i .

: 'Thugh our souls may be vexed with j! I
it is. He
AFew I i (community reads all tse
LeadersRON the problems of life, i j:ideas that are between the lines, as

And worn with besetments and toiling -{,I.I well as those plain to be setn. I ,. Ucam tmUSe Wine R ooms.I.

BEDS FROM S2.50-UP SlOEBDiRQS Sf 11,590? and strife. i want to repeat here. that there is no .
Our hearts will keep younger your j better medium for exploiting; the '
resources "( .\I.\. FL''iI1.1' : ; !
i. < CHINA CLOSETS Si5.G G AND!\ UP I tired heart and mine- i iI ] of a county than the count
I -W. :M.: in Commoner. ;
and will do well
1 newspapers. you to
".iIt1 OCUt C t FURNITURE f ( [COMPANY.i P s'rEcognize this fact and see to it than! : ---

; ,: The Best Kind of Husband.A :your papers are so well cared for

that they will!! coB!>tr.ly strive r i
\If:- group of women recently put it to show the world what .1 fine: communi-;:. WIlf/fCHJTER.

IN. -- I a vote and decided that the easiest i iI they do business in."

i14 man to put up with of all is the man : -
fit i I with a quick temper. He flies up. i iI M. C. Dash, A. A. WinePrsc.ca: : e ak<

., I says a few words knocks a few I II Ii Painters.We i "NUBLACK";
f Fat I things around, slams the door and is **
are practical pain ;L_i:.' :- Y V / ***
If .
.la you have lands you wish to sell lease 1."I..
or rent y
; husband We have made the L. xl ;I'.",
or if you want to buy lauds for farming, grazing. I It machinery for oar.'hird or a >.. Loaded Black:: Ponder Stcs!!
\ turpentining or lumber t she has displeased him. When he is! Our machinery provi-i-a '<> t' ?
purposes.Write:" :
C..t:it I ostentatious in picking up her hand- I!Ions of L. A: :\i. Paint bmr: ..r. .:
less; time than 1 I1"1 gall: >n-- < ..: Shoot Strong and
toBLOTTNT I kershief, getting her a chair and i made by hand n.cng.1'e : : Evenly,
c- zIn4 opening the door for her she knows .
} use thou-tui.'s of f- > : Are Sure Fire
i.. REAL ESTATE 00. I there is trouble ahead. A second woman -i I material wht't-: nainn ,

saul she trembled when her bus'pounds.i 't Will Stand Reloadinc.I .
OCALA 'I i give t'::,,'>Eier .. \]
your :
1thl .band looked grieved. When a sad expression -!; ; A V
Jin the worll l .irh: : i 1. A: M;
I I appeared around his mouth 1 1I I the L. & 51 Zmo nanle-: ;. They Always Get The Came.

. --- -- I she immediately began to look back I 11. White Lead and! ma:,. .A
II u ------ ------- .. : 4't'
!lover the past few hours to find out Paint wear liktn:: I'.I: '
I II 1 For Sale Everywhere.
!l I* 'what she had done. A third said her year +
': Actual cost of I.. & il ?; : -' _
I THE -- lord and master became patient. He
: Ii per
,j ,.11 I i waited humbly for her to finish her> Sold by ilche: : & MacKa; iXa:a.Flonda. -

"', II i harangue: acquiesced patiently in all :E -

|!she said and put up with her caustic| -

[remarks as with the vagaries of a I i! If Net, Why Net

:1 Marion Hardware !'child i
) : The consensus of opinion is that ajfev I Jacksonville. Gainesville and orhr

.114' : smashed dishes ig the most satis-II|'cities in Florida ought to be EJO .
I i,I f.j.\ factory way' out of a family jar. The;1;through reforming the natives than

-V -HEADQUARTERS I atmosphere becomes cool immediately j j'I !another begins. In Jacksonville par IXt'Rlr SS 4
itieularly, the revival h*' FULL
Jar." 'I after the explosion, and there is always -;i seems to a FR PAID .r
x American: Wire Fencing a nice refrehsing make-up when 1 i;:continuous performace with pro t--- t S1
1 the smoke of battle clears awav. !isional evangelists in the leading roi>:. : .,' ;;I

Sash, Doors and Blinds ---- -- i,!-Palatka Xews. : Ezvarss

The Savannah News thinks that the'j P h A )
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Paints. Oils and Varnishes, bill of Frank Clark introduced in con- i_ it ,
gress last week and providing for the UcI7ER and UACKA 3 !m ""I.
Mill and i ., 1 "1I!
Mining Supplies, sale of the Philipine Islands to Japan H\': ," :J

Turpentine Snpplies! is worthy of consideration, but it ;# \\ i ,...,

f Improved Japan wanted to buy tie! island. \
Farming Tools;; : I: : D

SAW.. t A Georgia Obituary. i FUNERALDIRECTORS P :.1 I z
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He went a. good gait II 11'11' f
SImi Till Death came and unhorsed him: !

lie gassed in his checks "
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I'z Marion Hardware I I jud Burul UuTtlt: >t--iLl grvtu iO.R.tri.l .
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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Captain John L. Inglis of the Rockwell j MISS ELOYSE IZLAR DEAD. ..s -

and Port Inglis railway company,, j
Local Editor.

i -_ -- was in Ocala yesterday in his private |,A Noble Young Woman Passes Away
I car. His friends are glad to see j
and She Will Be Greatly Missed. fNGLANDSIYS
The grinders with their monkey
organ |
Captain John owning a private car

are paying our city a visit. !,and they say if any man deServes one 1 i II "Eloyse IzIar is dead!" .

he does. '. That is the sad message tha'n>
Mr. Ralph Birdsey, of Macon, Ga., !, I
all the early Wedn'-u' .-
over city
in in the city the guest of relatives I. All the offices of the Holder block j l
ternoon and caused many an NO ALUM
and friend are fast filling up and it makes Ocala I ,
overflow with tears and many -
look quite citified: If these buildings. i
The arrlva-the Ocala House noIre I ions of deepest regret that a I if '..c. I
'l continue we will get all puffed up with ; _
other ed with brigh' ':'I.L- s ?.!t" 1
half a hundred daily. pride and will feel almost as big as ; : i 0
hOlt.hl also have excellent list?. 100b(' ended.
cities with I I
some of our neighboring s
The death of M1iar; ocr-r-: ,'. fOOD
I many more times our population. By ..IN
The boarders of the Montezuma u;>- the way, we believe Ocala is the only the home of h<-: ,-art II' '1,, Ma
tel are bragging on the fine dinner town in t'Ie interior that can boast of !, > rs. L. T. Iz'.ar! at -nr< ,. o'clocl.: \\ ><; :

gervt-d yesterday.! All th,' meals are ; nesday afternoonW'aiifc I '
an elect-is elevator. I '
good but the one yesterday was alto-I I ; it was in: <\\u t h':in r ..ii-, In England and France the Sale '

her of the ordinary. f I was 'owly ebbing 2:::.ay and l her I
get out Bar Association.The .
I death had been hourly exptou ,1 I [> .1 Q; of Alum Baking Powder is prohibited .. ,

4' Miss Carrie Williams who has been '! state oar-association was organized some i me past the news v. a> :ion.' by law because of the in'f ti'. -

the popular guest of her sisters Mrs : 'I the less regretfully received in 'Iv: Lulls'

Richard Hall and Miss Mattie .. u- in Jacksonville Tuesday.I I many friends all over the city "i jurious effects that follow its use. k A

Ocala was honored in that the first i whova..
in this noble young woman -
her home
has returned to
Maya president was selected from this I II ::popular with all by whom "h.. \'. a.; The law in the District of

I i city in the person of lIon. Robert L. i iI .known. Columbia also prohibits Alum

t For almost if not quite six r.iu.vnMi.s -.
less Browrt and her brother Mr. I I Anderson. The selection is an exceedingly i '
!I Iz'ar was confined to ht-r [b.-d in food.
Brown, who have been spending the i happy one. Mr. Anderson
i and the battle fought betwtm th.> '

wtoter at Candler, came up to receive O ala is one of the most accomplished and I'I'i angels of Life and Death was a MUIVone You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum
today, where :Mr. Brown can
i brilliant attorneys in Florida and will [ but but almost from the first it
The Alum in is
medical attention. only sure protection against your Baking Powder to
adorn and dignify the office with i iI 'was feared that the latter would: winnow

I which he has been honored. The oth anl she is enjoying that peaceful!
tills Lillian Wright, one of Ma-
I 4 I er officers are: sleep from which there will he no
-con's popular young society girls arrived i
Vice-president for first judicial circuit :awakening until the judgment ia! *'
In Ocala yesterday and will plainlpGm
I -W. \. Blount, of Pensacola. i iI 'and the very atmosphere is laden Slip
several weeks in Ocala the
I For second circuit-W. H. Ellis, of Ii IiI with gloom evidences of sorrow he- '
guest of Miss Alice Bullock.
Tallahassee.For ing marked on the faces of her frit-nd-
third circuit-Ira J. Carter, of I Miss Izlar was twenty-six year "fire .
Mrs W. Newburn, of LeRoy was I
!Marianna. the third and r BAKING
and was younger!
She is
shopping in Ocala yesterday.
For fourth circuit-Charles M. Cooper ROYAL
daughter: of Mayor and Mrs Iziar
Y. Milkr.
the daughter of Ex-Editor C. -
: of Jacksonville. ;Ht: was born in Blackville. S. t'" POWDERROYAL
: For fifth circuit-Geo. M. Martfii, of aud with her parents moved t., nii-

)Ir. P. J. Theus, of Baltimore who i Brooksville.For i city four years ago and during iu-r frontAbsolutely ''

represents a large overall house of : sixth circuit-Jefferson B. :.Istay in this city has endeared hrl'f: : L is made pure Cream of Tartar,-a pure Grape

that city is in Ocala on business. Mr. Brown, of Key West. :I to many whose grief will be haril uassuage. > r product. Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness of food.

Tkoes is so well pleased with Ocala I For seventh circuit-William L. During her long illness she t

be is thinking of :going in business ; Palmer of Orlando. I was a very patient sufferer and |
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For eighth circuit-Syd L. Carter, :, --
hew. ,her passing away was a calm and
:of Gainesville. i peaceful one. She was conscious to I--- -- -

){r. P. W. Weyland, the press agent Secretary-Fred T. Bennett Jack- ;the last and was fully prepared for II 11RS. McIVER'S BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION LONGED FOR A SON: GAVE HIM THE NEW YORK WORLD.

for the C. W. Park shows, was in I sonville. i the end. With the exception of one I II I TRIPLETS.
Treasurer-John W. Burton, of Ar- I I The Thice-A-Week .Edition. Read
Ocala Tuesday and visited this office : aster in South Carolina the family '
i I
He 1* confident in the statement that Icadia. I were all around her bed when death j I Ii I' I Wherever the English Languageis
Between the hours of three and :six Catroppa is Going to Tell President
it is the best of the minor shows on I Executive council-the above officers i released her of her earthly sufferings. r Spoken.
I thw roads. !land D. U .Fletcher, of Jacksonville; The sorrowing parents sisters Fuesday afternoon the handsome Roosevelt Abut His Three Fine
I lome of Mrs. D. E. Mclver was throngd -
[William Hunter of Tampa; W. A. Mc- i brothers and other relatives, who have Boys. The Thnce-a-Week World expectsto
? with beautifully gowned women
Postponed. iWilliams, of Augustine and Wm. borne their grief so bravely the sorrow -: be a better paper in 1S07 than ev
:o pay homage to one of Ocala's most
The reception that Mrs. G. S. Scott |1.\. Hocker of Ocala. ,. of the entire city is extended and New York, Feb. C.-Charles Catrop- er before. In the course of the year
( harming women, and her guest of
va to give this afternoon has been I Ithe memory of Miss Izlar will long be have pa's heart beat time to the tum-a- the issues for the next great presidential
Do I lonor, Dr. and Mrs. Dodge, who
postponed Indefinitely on account of I What Women Instinctively.A :cherished. ,just moved to Ocala Dr. Dodge be- rumbling of guitars and mandolins campaign will be foreshadowed .

the critical illness of Mr. I}' A. Ford man cannot do two things at a I For a brief period only we bid her minister.At which played the Toredor chorus and everybody will wish to keep
the Presbyterian
t and the death of Miss Eloyse izlar.State i jtime. A woman will broil a steak and I farewell for we have the hope that ng new while his triplets were christened informed.
the door pretty little Virginia
,see that the coffee does not boil over ,the grave is not a blind endless ally, The Thrice-a-Week World, coming
1 I Neme who looked yesterday in the Church of Our Lady
:istrunk; and Davis
Attorney Davis got a free au- and watch the cat that she does not !, but that the tomb is only a thoroughfare ,weet and dainty in fluffy dresses qf Mount Carmel Morris avenue and to you every day, serves all purposes

taRttbUt' ride to Oxford yesterday. He i steal the remnant of meat on the : -a portal that closes on the ;clue and white took the cards.In One Hundred and Ffitieth street. Cat- of a daily, and is far cheaper.

ku given pointers to others who areHwppointt'd j kitchen table and dress the youngest I twilight to open on the dawn. If this roppa must remain today in his homeon The news service of this paper Is

by hackmen. The hack- !I boy, and set the table, and see to the :be true and if it also be true that the the hall which was beautifully the top floor of No. :2430! First ave constantly being increased and Its

BM n will understand after awhile that !toast and stir the oatmeal and give I performance of good deeds here is a 4 iecorated! in palms and evergreens of nue to attend his wife who was distracted reports are full, accurate and promptof
|the orders to the butcher, and she canto ':ill kinds. Mr. R. L. Anderson and
carriers the as rewards in the world to of
they are licensed same passport to during the temporary absenceof every event importance any
all that at once and not half try. :Irs. George MacKay and Mrs. William -
the railroads and are liable for delay come then our beloved friend has. the triplets. Three housewives of where in the world. Moreover its political
has done wonders since he ] Hocker received and introduced
J Man
I earned the glory of the enjoyment is
.the neighbor hood to whom was entrusted news impartial giving you
.j Mr. Speigner Anderson's resigna-. i!came before the public. He has nav- I I of the light of the full day. I the ladies to the receiving party, I i each a three-days-old baby, facts, not opinions and wishes It

1' 1l on as manager of the Ocala IronWorks ,gated the ocean he has penetrated I The funeral will be under the''Those receiving with Mrs. Mclver I held the mites at the altar while Father -.has full markets splendid cartoons

'1 has been accepted and his sueI -'j the mysteries of the starry heavens, charge of Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, were Dr. Dodge and Mrs. Dodge Mrs Dolan christened them to the accompaniment and interesting fiction by standard
he has harnessed the lightning and :Maddox and Mrs. H. L. Anderson.In .
cessur "* Mr' Famine, of Hollidavj I undertakers and will take place from of the stringed orches- authors.
made it pull street cars and light the I the library three charming brides
: North First street at
buff Pa. The new manager is"I the home on The Thrice-a-Weew World's regular

p "M perienced machinist and will arrive in I great cities of the world; but he can !three o'clock this afternoon and the were receiving Mrs. Arthur Hardaker.who tra.The Cotrappas have been married subscription price is only $1.00 per

Ocala with his family about March I not find a spol of red thread in hiswife's body will be laid to rest in beautiful looked lovely in her wedding nearly six years, and fouD daughters, year,-and this pays for 156 papers We
work basket; he cannot dis sown, Mrs. M. J. Roess, wearing an
Anderson will take recreation Greenwood cemetery.Rev. offer this splendid unequalled
1. Mr. two of whom survive, have been bornto paper
until spring when he will take a temporary I I cover her pocket in a dres hanging in Mr. Atkisson will conduct the 'elegant gown of pink pompadour silk, 1, them. They set their hearts on a and the Ocala Banner the best week.
the closet he cannot hang out clothes and Mrs. Louis Duval, who also wore
sojourn to the mountains of i last sad rites. son. Their joy knew no bounds ly newspaper in Florida together for
resideIn and get them on the line right side up. / tier wedding gown, the brides were
Alabama. He will continue to I when Mrs. Catrappa presented her one year for $1.65.
he cannot hold clothespins in his: PRO AND CON. introduced by Mrs. W. V. Newsom, after of
Ocala. I Itrs. husband with three sons on Friday. The regular subscription price
mouth while he Is doing it, either; he a'few moments of conversation the
the is $..00.
Louis papers
christened Michael,
I cannot sit in a rocking chair without Sing a song of Bachelors! guests were served to punch by Mrs. They were
J. P. Hllburn. after spending and Charles and were tagged with
banging the rockers into the baseboards Who so free as I"? S. T. Sistrunk and Mrs. C. C. Carroll An Omission.
several days in Ocala, the guest of red, white and blue ribbons to identify
her Aster Miss Margaret Peace, left ; he cannot put the tidy on the I have my pipe, my books, my dog and then invited to the dining roomy "Mamma," remarked Dorothy, making

tbis afternoon for Bartow. Mrs. Hil- sofa pilow right side out; he cannot My siphon and Old Rye! Mrs. C. C. Todd and Mrs. E. L.Carney. them. he will write to a wry face after swallowing the
Catroppa says
burn Is Just home from the west sew on a button; in short, he cannot No man with fewer cares is harried, President Rooseevlt medicine, "you have forgotten some

where she has been for the benefit of do a hundred things that women do And yet-I sometimes wish I'd married The table looked beautiful in aUof thing.

her health. Her many friends will almost instinctively.Park its appointments, in the center of "What is it, my dear?"

the table on a reflector was placed a WILL REPEAL BLUE LAWS. "You forgot to say that it tastes
be glad to learn that she is almost
Dramatic Company.The Sins a song of Benedicts! bowl of violets and scattered "
/ I huge just as bad to you as it does to me.
herself apain.rMr. Recom-
... C. W. Park Dramatic Companyhas ., A baby and a wifeA around on the table were violets, Massachusetts Legislators "Why should I say that Dorothy?

L. J. Brumby, the accomplished been showing every night this home mine own! Who wouldn't be suspended from the corners of the mend a More Liberal Sunday. I I did not take the medicine."

editor of the Florida Fruit and Truck week under their own canvas on the i Content with this, my life? table to the chandelier was lavender Worcester Mass Feb. 6.-Senator "I know you didn't. And you don't

of Oates and Crawford streets. I when old recollections tingle,
corner But-
Grower is making a tour of the east ribbon. Allan G. Bullock, of the legislative get a whipping when you give me one,
Mr. Park has made several trips to II sometimes wish that I were single! mints and salted
somethngtal''ou.l Ice than
coast His last: issue was cream committee on Sunday laws of whichhe but jou say it hurts you worse
efforts and he exptxU Dothan before but it is doubtful if MAZIE V. CARUTHERS nuts were served by Misses Mamie'aylor "
all previous I is chairman in a report yesterday it does me.
to make the next number better he has ever met with greater success in New York Times. Louise Scott, Annie Davis and recommended many important I
old as some than he has this week. His company Valeta Potter. On leaving the dining Missed the Wreck.
still. Though not as I modifications in existing laws as a Our Local Editor

ethers it will soon be recoknized as I is much stronger than ever before, A Former Teacher in Marion County. room Mrs. W. W. Condon pinned four result of the committee's junket to Writing from Baldwin our local editor

and he is fully equipped in every respect The contract recently awarded Mr. a souv-
the lading agricultural publication in II leaf clovers on each guest, as Coney Island. says: :
to satisfy the appetites of the W. J. Oliver of Knoxville Tenn., by occasion.
of the
Florida. nir The committee will repeal the prohibitive "Just out of Baldwin we came on a
show hungry people of Dothan. the United States government for beautiful music -
the evening
Through Sunday fishing law. It cannot d:. adful wreck. There was a head-
has called a meet- Each of his presentations is strictly the Panama canal is
Chairman Ilawlg i constructing was rendered by Mrs. Harry Cline wrong in fishing if auto- on collision early in the morning bet -
see any
lag of the state board of trade for clean and high-toned from a moral probably the largest contract ever andliss Mary Gates on the piano mobiling is considered proper. They
j February 20th, in Jacksonville. The standpoint and good in general quality awarded in the history of the world; andliss Fansy Souter on the violin. also favor Sunday golf and baseball, tra. No one was killed. Both engineers '

will be to take the and that is sufficient to say of about two hundred million
-\ chief business: involving Mrs. Mclver is always a delightful Only jumped-the one on X,- S
r. although not big league games.
\. atHt'tfary steps to put Mr. Brobston's any show.-Dothan. Ala.,) Eagle. loll.vs.The .hostess and this was no exseption. -sacred" concerts of classical music was hurt, but not badly. Both en-nr-: ;
such as will This will return with us wife of Mr. Oliver nee Miss remembered .
resolution Into shape company Her reception! will long be shall be, allowed_ on Sunday, they say, were completely demolished an>! ."?
make It bear the best fruit. The nest Monday night with an entire new I Blanche O'Brien is pleasantly remembered .as a very pleasant social event. 1----thus stopping- n so-called charity en 'track terribly torn up.

mwtlnjc will discuss other matters repertoire of plays and an entire new by a good many acquaintancesin : "We walked from the wreck IL 3

and a large attendance is urgently re- concert. Us: county. She spent the year i Tainted money ought not to be allowed tertainments. Sunday must interfere Baldwin a distance of three q'iar- ''

.|ue+tet|. Ocala ought to send downa List of new plays will be found in 1S92 at Lake Weir and was teacher : to go forever tainted.. If tainted with No sport divine on worship, public or private cf a mile and I had breakfast v 9

large delegation. the ad. in another part of this paper. of the Weir Park school at that time; I'I money can be put In untainted will hold. o'clock at the Coleman house. J wa:
Prices as usual, children 25 cents; a very handsome and popular young I IL.C [grooves good men ought to address rights 2 nearly starved. Fortunately th- <,Ta.

Mr. Charles Peyser, the most fatuous adults 33 cents. Reserved seats 15 :>. loved by all her pupils, a general I I!themselves to the task. It should be I fast most excellent one.
Sun will be printed was a
I Tallahassee
/ cigar manufacturer in Florida cents extra. f-averite with every one and when she if possible reclaimed and purified and through the session of i "We are waiting for a trian f" pus i "

rerHu-d an order yesterday from Ho Location of tent same as before. returned to her home at Clarksville i:r sent on its errand of goodness and as a daily April I up and take us into Jackson: ',

mgr Alaska. A man that buys his Opposite A. C. L. depot. Tenn., she took back with her the. mercy. Every tainted dollar if put to 11.the It next ought legislature to be printed, beginning as a daily I Don't know when we will get r .<::r'" ,

cigars once is his customer forever hearts of a number of Ocala and Marino proper use can do one hundred cents it is I would have saved time and luaciinconvenience
ends of The Ocala Star refers to General all the year round. Growing as ,
and if he should go to : county young men. worth of :good. Don't keep tainted if I had waited fur tlo
follows Albert W. Gilchrist as the next governor Florida's state capital ought to sup-
cigar Don't be silly.
i he earth the Peyser I the tainted dollar. train."
him. Thl fact is the best advertise- i of Florida. The Star sometimes Treasure hidden by bandits many I port a daily paper. If Ocala can support noon

| went he could have and some cigar I hits a live wire right. The generals years ago ,was recently found inlexico. Rabbi Wise pleads for a free pulpit. two, surely Tallahassee ought to : '
needs a ,We hear nothing more f t
manufacturers would give a small I all right and has a host of friends ) The find is valued at $4,000- He says that heresy lies in concealment support one. Tallahassee tJoom.
sire fortune for it. among the editors. 000. I little go!


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I which is less : 0 "
HARRIS, Editor. I, _____ ;
Men like The fourth annual session of the area of the 4 <) .
to speculate about what
V. I
Leavengood Business
Manager. ;
I I II would have happened if somethingelse I February luth, 1907, and j contributed 4, Nursing baby? (4r

;: had or had not happened? j until February 24:! in ?i! of the country's | i

1 I What would have happened if some ;to be followed by a two weeks' j It's a heavy strain on mother. ;
men had been born women I isioa of the Christian Workers' :| largest single item :

and some women had been born men? I stitute and a two weeks' !i a staple in the ] 12' Her system is called upon to supply .... <'
in which the south i ,.1 tfw
What would have ,the great Chautauqoa Assembly. j
been the map of .... :...
the world if Miltiades had lost the ;,! The increasing attendance representation. not j : nourishment for two. ,, -":

battle of Marathon
How would the history of Europe United States. together with the I If Some form of nourishment that will 5 x

rjeotf 3e .S have been written if Napoleon had 'I ed number of famous preachers : of the south be easily taken up by mother's system 6 ,
bet'n' \ ,
won the battle of Waterloo? ,be present this year, assures by years has

The battle had been admirably i.the greatest attendance: and most The fig- is ri eaed.e it.

----- .-- -- -.- -- planned. This "enigma of w-ar" had rereting: session ever hel.tt ; are taken j *
Moth: The Banner, believing thoset conference in America will from a speech j Emulsion contains the '
won oth+'-r battles planned with less (: ]; Scdfs $
-t the top well able to: take care of consummate skill. His sodifrs had :and more celebrated men I be" j on JunE1: ?t)6. i; amount of nourish. $

themselves, has taken its stand! in the the most implicit confidence in him. the proerar.1 One can well aff', T. Johnson j greatest possible

barricades with the common people: Fear was already implanted! in the! rrai miies to such a e.-ni rcnce. r \! 1? ment in easily digested form. VKero .1

and its fight will be made for the betterment breasts of his enemie--. Had the gen F'.ui-.dian; : should :aitrE'at ::; invested in cap- '!: :{ ) 4! j;

cf those si the bottom. rals under him done and done quit.-:- -s" aiid iridrin this conference w i ly: to $l,.;5iXL-:; l Mother and baby are wonderfully 1-)

-.- --. .- -- _.. is: nf national importance anil of I< :: '
jy what he had planch for their!: -o f J
FEBRUARY 8, 1907. l Jhelped by use.:
do, and the elements had treated Lira: toll: i benefit to th> :tat,'. 'h--Lc ; e yearly: value to ?,. f "r-, -.s
less unkindly, he wo-ld: have v:on. avail themsf ;I':" of ni>: splendid !! : to: n.7511.OO. ; 'j.< u c\ i

Bird S. Colf-r -ay.he!: 13 a social Would it have been better for tie:: purtGnity to _"ar'j; : I', I i J'J h ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 "

ist. French peope? ed men wi'hit i"S"r btrVrA : capital invested in
: --- Napoleon was as great in tte.tah;- more: :iab! :> place: could < > \!loJ'/. 9 900
Why not sell the Philippines to the .
been chosen for the : ; annual value of .. .
have con r
FBiphus? ne; as; in the field.! His rank a* a 50d ;- \\j
:. r had aready been established. No than 'he beautiful eitof. (; \ \ ) :Un>. -- ', 1f''!

Attorney- General Ellis has started I'battles that he may have won could with i:, wide streets l-eaiiir\I: ; of cotton used :;eur ar.a:(<)1I,; after: a rlio: :' : I'-' .1;.ira.i ; 11':..' :..: ', ..' G;( -

out all right. 'i:have! added further lustre to his I trees: pure spring water. splendid mills to 2l63.'itA:! 'igh test have been demonstrated tobe !''forr'vr: fr-."::!. :-. ;"'. .. .' -, '. .

t laurels. Who knows but after thebattle ter: of schools( Univertiry! : of : yearly lumber perfectly practical! for automobileuse. I ence to lower rate". ,

of being also located n...re. i A : : ',' >. "" -- A
Prices have been advanced in all Waterloo, if he had won, I .
: | The Lake (,1";. .:'D.R"n..r-
stationary, cards, etc. ,I'that he had not concluded a universal charming place to winter || of pig iron pro-I I
: The hotel and : Senator Taliaferro will introducean i says: "We are ju.- !. ,v. .-rern; upon
===== !]peace and addressed himself to the people, etc. j:
Allan Rodgers continues to write ;jon I great work of making France the ;house rates are the most yearly value of amendment to the Sundry civil appropriation |the era of good fp..n: : \Ve hp. u

f the cost of building goods roads.i'
i 1 pattern[ for all future ? 'are invited and are expected to yearly value of schools in the south.
The hen is being fooled-she thinks i ages St. Augustine and Pun.a; Gorua arenot '
One of the English statesmen sometime present during the conference ; ., UOuO.
it ia the "good old summer time." !it P. satisfied with the m-r and harbor
Ij Major George Healey, poli-
: since indulged in the speculation ;among the most noted ministers I of railroads to
appropriations. They di! n.){ 9gure
tical and "early peach" fame has
bible teachers of America: j ;
President Palma, of Cuba, wants 'j of what England would have been j in the list.Tampa .
United States protectorate. :i f the colonies had been loyal and the :handler has hardly a peer as a It I of petroleum .made an assignment and gone into

preacher t of pathos and power; \ ( } .voluntary liquidation. His friends ,J
!declaration of Independence had negroes are a- ",;rR car 1 .
There are 2,000,000 goats in the :lever been written? .gelist George R. Stewart ; Dr. j I! mills to ;St). grieve with him in his misfortune. will contribute $25.0t to the !Istnma,

United States and some not counted. He said that the parliament of England :V. Gwilym the eminent Episcopal | invested in Michigan relatives of the late P. T. Canal Exposition to be !i."ld ;nbat _ti
:IAn would have been transferred to :vine of New York. Dr. Gyilym is ; -34.600: ,(.00.I city.
Barnum. the greatest American showman -
appropriation of $200i>VO is rec- .he: western hemisphere and the English !|jof the strongest preachers in I! in cotton '.
,. are trying to get some of his
om mended for Florida lighthouses. flag would be floating over North !'country: Dr. Len G. Broughton. (I i millions through the courts. The north easr. w..-.-* :und I':...t i-

:land South America. Mexico and ail ;; Atlanta! he is no stranger to .1? :: : of phosphate west and. indeed n.-ar..' .a'i! .- 't.t

The assassination of Hon. C. T. ,i!adjacent islands. conference: Prof. J. R. C. Brown ; 'S7,42s --- !of the co-inMy: out=;.! .:' :r-'lonca .H'"' ,

McCarty is said to have been without It world have made a big difference {of the best bible teachers: Prof. i of coke pr-jduced Charles! E. Hnsht. :known as "V !batriin.z with! snow ar... .-f.)....".,,- :", 1

provocation. I in our commercial and historic1':'V. Miller, who delivers: charming : : assessedrop- "animated feather \h:5ter.hasn't !-t--. I _._ __
the world on fire yet. :New York c -ulinues .. .
annals. tures:; on unfulfilled prophecy; Dr. :. ; lIIII'If', >. I, T"\tJ'!blr>v. the t<:'I.'''' d' firV !;4
Governor Swettenham is not even a ; the brilliant | in the :same: old ruts. : "hl T 1 .. (; .. .. ,
What would have happened if Lee L Kanscom. s7.424 ) : : irlirnn! ;:.:. ho i I. dg'4

remote descendant of Lord Chester had been successful at Gettysburgand .lionai preacher: Dr. Clarence : - -- ---- ; t. ; ;.Hi! .)'.' W'Ii;;..! 1 !i..,'.:..'::
Senaiur Bailey! ia a hull dozer righr. ,
the south had been enabled to Srrou, th director of the !! I j WitiwIF uc.lJ-\rla:1I: : ma!
? lie varts to be made the democratic
field.The '
have established; a separate and in- eace, and one of Ameirca's most I -- ._ -
squad of gubernatorial candi- '' aiii.oritleader in the senate. He Ca'.itorn.a.saj.. Pr--. .
dependent government? 'cessful evangelist, and a: number : I j I :' : FtvcIt. "
the Tallahassee! ';?: not to hive with Platt:
dates don't get busy a little bit-not others. propose ;;; : can {'j-i.-e: r5.. '. T- 1.:; :.at
Slavery would have been abol-
not ; |
even a cooking recipe is handed our. i The conference is interd i was in rebell- 1 awl D"!) w. California! tan du !:.ir-' : :,.tl SaarTillnun
:ished, at least not for many years. .j I
southern people ---- ----
-- -
an' Roast: ( ">. liu--- :
tiona !
; And with cotton and sugar cane as her;
glory in be- \\ ;illiurB; Dean Howells! that"genius"
Germany has in New York says do?
agents I have been ;
-w rates
great staples, and her new industries
'( -
of'our is hard work. So is sus-
and Chicago studying the methods
,of iron copper, phosphate turpentine ; G&.utsville to the last of April. I
j te big department 1 distinguished any apparently t' <.ow& 'an f
sand lumber, with slave labor what .For further information write r
Ii view. He but is the greatest happinessproducer. Sharp Williams and Joe BaJr NVj; !
would have been her standing with Ferdinand Bayer, secretary,
There has been a big lumber mill j I Apalachicola Times. Yea but they
I the nations of the earth? i ii i ij rifle Florida. i
merger in Tampa. Eight mills haves j I ii 'rebellion is i, were very badly singed an i !II():
We believe that she would have ac- i
been consolidated. j i i A rebellion The Tallahassee Sun thinks that very much unlike themselves

'"quired Cuba and Mexico, and have I THE CHURCH AND THEATER. |j jI au-.I Cromwell Gibbons will be a candidatefor
Henry Watterson that the been on friendly relations with I Mrs.
best Russell
says 'r'I I, greater war i I governor and the state press will Sage ia giving any
parts of Spain are very like the worst j South America and would have controlled her millions and she has BO tnags
please add his the .
I II Rev. C. B. Wilmer in the I It was a ;I name to growing
of Florida. the trade of those countries. .
parts Constitution adds the following i people of the ast.-Pensacola Journal. I attached to her gifts. NoMe wo.ihe ...-
I England would have been her great / is making womanhood more glorMr. .
1 -
the discussion of "Church and and among the i
"Little Rhody" has balloted twelve ally which would have given her According to the census bulletin i loos. 1
: of the earth
ter, and as usual illumines on
times without electing a United States !great strength and standing among I'recently issued from Tallahassee I
thing he discusses: : !|:! which theyI '
senator. !the nations. who i I' nearly a hundred I Floiida now bas a population of 611.- This U the highest miracle nf i..
Many preacher
Who can say what the south may resis- I 660; 248,922: : white and 263.73 negroes. -, j ius: that things which are not should
I against the stage is dramatic in : was no
Bank deposits in Tampa represent not have been? I extreme in his very denunciation '!1 authority but I' :jbe as though they were; that 'bi
$120 per capita for every man wo With her money and bonds at par i!aginations of one mind soald bfrvw
Ij Ijpla's an insistent
the theater. No doubt there are States .
man and child in the city Tribune. land her property in slave labor, and I the intention The United earnings i the personal rrrollecuoas t.( *auLb..r.
;Uhe buried treasure that have since I and there are bad novels j for the year 1806 will break all records. ; .
Florid I''r'! '
from ? ; "I \ \hiM4"Boy
4 its founda-
The newspapers are always playing I been unearthed, and developed the there are good plays. To single ( The earnings amount to $la6LH ; / ..

in lu<:k. The Thaw trial takes the|slaveholders, at least of the south but one from many that might 1 MNNJ. This exceeds the "l'amryear -

place of the Brownsville affair. i would have been the richest and happiest named. I dropped in to see James of a claim 1 of 1902 by $23,,00.HoH.

I j people on earth. Hearn play "Shore Acres," on the one side -_._ FEARFUL ITCHING G

John Temple Graves has his revenge i I But why indulge in these day I Thanksgiving afternoon in New other. It was a Henry W. Day, charged with I h.! :

the Atlanta Evening News has t!I[dreams? and I shall never forget the two I faction, but i murder of Albert W. Wrenn. agent ..f .-9 v

betn placed in the hands of a receiv- God. in His wisdom willed other- I thers, one selfish and happy in !< peoples, who t the Southern Express company at

er. !'wise and we for one, shall not ques-I unselfishness. The preacher would by the result of 1 Tampa, was found guilty of murder in BURNING S SORES R[ :

:Hon nor sit in judgment upon His..gifted indeed who could set before : from Colorado t the' second .!elrt't". This verdict coatmi's ,

The authorities i in.. Pittsburg. Pa., !wisdom. I congregation such a picture of I who was a COD i him to prison fur !.ifU ,' -- -.

have issued an official proclamation.i i Most o* the enlightened nations had working of the law of life as '!I': acquiesce in =-<< t in Maser,,> > t 12 Y*-tttein.
calling off kissing until the by the des -\> county with a population of
epidemics ;
?|i their hands uplifted against slavery by Christ. "He that loveth his i Spread Ovf BoJ, 'n Roof"
t I kHs than lo.Ooo has a larger -
of the rebellion' : representation
over. I :shall lose it and he that loseth
Ii!and in Scales Cracked
Ii i repelling the accusations made rebel. I.u. in the state legislature than Inflamed, aMwtllMCase
life for sake shall find it.
i i I her the G
against new nation have
< Pronounced
Marion county w th a population of hear
Judge James W. Locke. has been on i The indiscriminate In that war, a
[[ .
I become entangled in many broils. 'more than 25.QOU. But then. what V aWe but
the United States federal bench for i of amuseemnts and recreation by and I object to Completely CurssJ y
The blood of her I
I i young mE'nmay have ._ _,, __ Marion lacks m n fulls'
quantity made T
thirty-five years. He has made an I:discolored many battlefields and in l''pulpit tends lu brtn; ieugiuu;-:;' and correct, and, not in quality. Sots of Cuticuta lnllrifN.
admirable judge.C. : or lew offen up
church into contempt; and where 8-
the end she may have been forcedto I .

T. McCarthy, president of the I give up her "peculiar institu does not have this effect, a most .Bacon.. OB next-Tuesday-- -th* Jaekavttleice HIS SKIN NOW FINE

Florida Horticultural Mon:' charitable feeling is coa>p&By will deliver Ice fur :n:.
society was I AND
those who fit
against see to use
It is mistake believe that 190 *.
shot and killed by a man named Raul- a to eVe ,cents per pounds; 200 pound *r
inson at Fort Pierce Wednesday. ,erybodf in the south upheld slaveryon theater as not abusing it. Going I cent LM than SO pounds 1-% rent .
1 web to Int....... .. .
the theater may or may not be a -Informant, of that
I the i These
contrary, many were opposed per pound. prices were sr wta N CuUrura has. .
Louis Vvenel: the French "globe- j to it and the opposition would according to circumstances; but E. )(. Law It ranged through the< lastrementalifr ofCouaty tweife yen of ipJwr, put pemd a II8p wok I.

t trotter.:' says that immigration would have been more general had the sectional -rowmindness and censoriousness llaed editor, Solicitor W. J.Bryan *7 ... la AD In'"s : i auttawd ue I.
I ttiibud a f'eIIrl "of ea.1 Is..e..... ym.M' .
always sins. The "broad road of the
help the south. He speaks a para debate upon it been less arci- Philip -- ."'I flu/ ....' I.. w
b e. I[monious. Indeed, Mr. Jefferson, a leadeth unto destruction" must ;| The New York Time says that th> ,...., but .hPe I... ,suet.'gat' r
be confounded with breadth ?I !German Pt isryi'e I J'U' hUh '*" ,lit. .
true cavalry aNd trail Th .
I,[southern statesman, was the first to I I| fI In. t.hok !....ar tr.rte.' *
Mr. Bryan and Mr. Beveridge are ;|:propose and fix a time for their man- !mind which is simply broad I i Philippine u :Tines speaks a inn-issn Wh rv>.r .f1I-I eii'...d t., It- .uer. (<'fl' ....

to have a magazine controversy run- !umission. to take in all the facts; but I!! ago was bad else his place is the German plarr llwted a hud"Wa theTt........> ,e t#rlw. < ..
nit; through a year. Now we shall It may be well after all that the recognizes that culture as well i 1. but tt.... 'is not oa horseback He can't play .she. .y It We.. rve#. ..... ....

Know all about some things. I war was fought when it was and thatit spiritually is a part of a well- in the belief ,Indian or southerner.The Wqf"'l teaba d, \t. a..aad hpt t .. ..... b.

iro t was ended as it was. ed Christian character further : .. to their __ .....l I t _

C. M. Brawn, sr., may become a 1 We must all bow to the will of the !of we are ever to be anything To put this federal grand jury ia session .14"hsa.....I" t-=

candidate to fill a vacancy on the Ml- I God of battles. I than children we must develop a I block and wl at Jacksonville food saaar true bills .. ....my host......Ni., ...

\1'\111 of public works. He will make -.-- --- 1 judgment of our own as to what I only be a dis There were a great many wkaeea.s dt .e ai ... ,.. .1 -t
.... ...
an ictive. alert member. i I The prospects are reported good fare excellent and what things are I nation but to before the court. There were murr ...I bhttaa Cu .... lu .... caw

for a furniture factory being locatedin tjbe! avoided.Henry humanity itself. than one hundred said fifty seat there. "One da.sr, M"iei _
I .
W L. Douglas, the great shoe man, Live Oak in the near future. Stockis least as just as ,,,from this neck of the wood ... .,...t" .... w" ...'

t : and former democratic governor of being subscribed and it is claimed: I Watterson, writing from !!! owners of I, = .. 2p...n.. we.nd'!'tiffs ee..-..........

Massa?hu Hts. is on a trip to Flor i,that the requisite amount of capital.jcelona I'I+ Spain. says that the j| so bitterly d. Th Wauchnla Advertiser refer It> ..I: III eM d'. ufrd "..p a g

ida. iI i!will be secured in a short time.-Live. ,{scar fare is just twice the who kept their ,I the dispute between the Tampa Tri II .uwt. Me ynq tiy th.t... } utM,1* OIt#. \

.. .- I I Oak Democrat. A factory of any sort J!:price, but the company has to I of then 'vfeca *hoe and th* ft Ptrsbrg lai<>ia .... used the Ins till lli s .ei1 t .NtMtuev leer ..' .'......i

Mrs. Steele. nee Jessamy Harte, :;is a step in the right direction. Next I I Iso much more to the government I or set them dent ia this way : "11'. th* fate old -...-1.I. "AIM.., .....1,.t lw'r"larfii eest I't t1r

daughter of Bret Harte the famous!!I to people, what Florida wants ae i I favors. But. he, says, the Wagon- I j:troubi that has been p* tnag BMB emafilea ( lie" ,.t. .-.t'"ltt sd,.g eeA' ..1 t \Jt.
I'I ? I
author, i is in the poorhouse in Port ;;factories. Little ones to start with. i people piece it out with a train of i they.kind' for ages." Each: thinks the athvr eu It Dr.,v t.... In, t l4i iV f"I fo I..

land, Me., friendless and pennyless. !|(Big ones will follow. [Itels, beginning with the Elysees !; a scarce of is another. Y Aratr dMAr n-e.d'y ..$41.. L t. ... a..? .

I ---- i lace, of Paris and extending to s name let': .y ttprti ._ h...,.... .y... F.
1 Mr Bryan is to deliver S6 lectures '! Mr. Gibbons, too, can be set downas !Vienna and Constantinople, I to the world i j, The Itdslatttr of South. CaruUu ., i. I.U .{_::
at $500 night. He will ie about to abolish the ilspsasar If -.-
be able
per to ; a certainty '
considering candidates .j. "'
I Ithey "guess" the size of the dealers. Give
manage his own campaign fund next for Governor. He is now Ipurse and charge him I independent ,.it is don been*** the law lax work !ORY OMfit BYE iq

a a jear.Palph. making preparations to begin, at no much as they do ia Florida. 1 Om. aad nlac* '>d badly it W a ** thing, .but if a. S. t

n] -- -.---... -- I distant day and active canvass for I .. I trader th1 it doa just fur a dig ai Tm... ... ...... .s I' e" '"4 .w.-b ?4. e '

la N. Blakeslee, of Waterbury i![this office. He has been uniformly All social functions have been nation matt It is a bad this* 51 ,.. ",. ii' f .... 34
j .5 to ..
It Conn a sleigh straw ride toi successful in .1 yMtea.rl
gave politics and when he
;[ ed o2: in Chicago upon the (} laad aid 8Ui| P'IurNIMe aft : .. wt wt.4t ',. 1.> sse
a ssjiaasjanh-
6,000 children in that city one day this I i i;gets to work for the governorshipthere and request of the city board tent hat the t. ....4Neu1ca 'irMf..aa

> week There were :324 horses attached will be very little time to rest health. It Is done for the I ere iiiwu-MtjMe is fatrty. I Isrrt1tlrll i. ....
purpose '- .
PlTT I. 1M .sa* ftbawa. as
to the sleighs. It was asplendid for who \t!
goes against
I up the .
checking spread of the
I I very fafilem I till: "WfeM ..ttl Vw Mss a* tam I aAMer .
.tltln and was immensely enjoyedd.D him.-Tallahassee Sun I!fever and .
diptheria epidemic. I: j fr: Ie ...a..r I .

k ..w= ,.

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, iUt .it Going on in the Land of the The cassowary is a bird I !,I I Well. Carnegie; ,ITLHi

Grapefruit and Pine. That's hard to capture very. i i'I I Has offered freeA
I regular monthly meeting ofj are quickly relieved by Nosena. It F
Folks hunting for her plumes ha'eI II libraree.
'I the Confederate Veterans Marion ccotne 11..111 pineapple| growers are shipping made O me! i
Camp No. 56 met in the council cham- inflammations and thoroughly .. I"D
ptaesppkta both north and south. The cassowary wary. Can't you ..., fFl-. '_
ber Monday at 11 o'clock a. m. heal and cleanses. It keeps moist I CURE
W. T..*.)" The new commander, Lieutenant L. allne passages whose tendency is I S 'IK
olpUI. bets heavily from that Chase Car w : R
M. Graham, occupied the chair. to thicken and become dry. Cures : olio_ i
...... But once a cassowary strolled What'i the tnarv- with U( la: .' pt." :;
E. T.
Adjutant Williams col.is throat
was present troubles hearsness hayfever "b'. "
M. Pier_, of East Picrson has Too near an alligator: She'i got th- read the
and minutes cf the two "stopped-up" nose breathing I t
a oar
(........ nruwera at Dunedin are noed- The alligator ate her. Why cant sh .-.>wi .i .. '" 1S! (IIrTS .. .- -
I/Toved. hresth etc, It is antiseptic and >lo.! ":... .. .
e' t ram gome of tbe trees have be, j -ChIcago Tribune. l 5 cts; 'twill ;n>w }
The following comrades answeredto contau.s chemicals having i
no or drugs I CtERttANd{ snww.II&
sea to wilt i I i Don't U !-.; ,. ,aLi a" i It
i 11 their names when the roll was : a narcotic effect, or that can cause I
A i ('1"- "'. oraac trees are putting The alligator feeling fine, -.' ,:." 1.11'a : .;: -
: the dreg "habit: ,
growth and Then called on the ant eater \\ :. ". '. .. ,
1"1' a ItN\ > some are ready ; \ I i
Geo. M. Hubbard T. D. Lancaster, We Guarantee Satisfaction.J. .
,. ,.. And saying "see-saw" for mine, 11 \' 1 furnett. ;
hi '"I. W. L. Ditto L. L. Aiken, J. H. Livingston A. Brogdon. of the National S'rnCo. : "

truckers Made that ante eater teeter.Microscope .. Dayton, 0. writes the i ,., I.
\ ulwta county have been sr., D. A. Miller, S. R. Brown, under ': r : I
: 1 of Oct. 1:, l&yti: Nosena is the only !
i...1 il I h d lflB.vi-d in their spring work Saturday. W. 0. Massey, A. McQuaid, J. preparation I have ever used that rt:- -- O. I. 'I' MerchantTailoring.

ua account of the kmft dry spell. ,McKinney, J. A. Wisner, C. C. H.//Heves my affliction so speedily a;;'! --- -- I

\ few l iw+us, tomatoes eggplants: 'The dromedary roamed about. 1 H. C. Gates V. J. Seckinger.A .pleasantly. I am getting the firs' n u: ill +i4 'E il1

are being shipped from Or toiled to fetch and cany. j Pleasure out of breathing that i hn\ .. '
.. |Mi>lM''v committee, consisting of Corn- [ i
Until some Yankee fitted out experienced since I contracted (':H3r: i Education Mail!
j,.. mm and l bringing good prices. 1 rades Harris, Livingston and Ditto I six years ago.Ioney: would not !h', by ,

Ihr nrttt Kood rain since October A dromedary dairy. was appointed to communicate with by tube of :No&ena if I could not ;..' y. t, t!: o.aia. f ror1Na.1l.I' f

I.'il at Til ilk vl He last Saturday break- -Indianapolis News. i It., comptroller in the matter of the I another. v tI"t: ,. .'., }S j
from Dni' G" ... ,'f. .,' I : at 1unl
iMC I....' l hugest drouth ever known.At pension of Mrs. J. P. :Moore of Citra. Buy Nosena Tyding's I 1 .
Lemon ('it>' some of the potatoes But dromedaries oft are shy, I Notice the store and get your money back if nor "T"k.r..ge'C r."I"\, .. 3Ial. .."" a'."J.. it ,; ." .tl,,' I :, ,; li. liI
was given that next annual ,
satisfied. tube booi i It .. ,
Sample and ;
fl\ J
I And this one loathed a spider- i I.UUU.J.t'aI&lkat. ,
am rip-ning The showers there have meeting of the United Confederate 'by mail 10 cents. I 'I.t r 1II.c I .' -

fnwlMfit up thing considerably. She ran away when one came by, Veterans would meet in the city Brown :Manufacturing Co.. St. Loui- >! I' i!" 4Ilari4ttl...,

Su fat nearly V**> boxes of oranges Because the spider eyed her. t of) Richmond June 1. 2, and 3, and it Mo., and Gainesville. Tenn. 1. r

parr liven shipped from Seville -Cleveland Leader ,was urged that as big a delegation as .1ttOhit.14N1.41+1111N11.fN.tNt.....11Nt.tt...M
I jAn
vatrb OM
a ICI"r" : agouti ate beetles and sick i LAs he Marion camp. ING. ,I j {: \WANT BIG CROPS !USE! IDEAL FE .

Mr HUTU orange growers have just the guest of the ant eater doughty Comrade H. C. Gates told a story ______ i! FERTILIZE!} \ ;i

........d chipping the largest orange I of) what he considered the bravest act. The building for a school and also i I OUR .
But the fare was so awful rich. J institute or reading room which was'i BOOKS( WILL TELL YOU :
.a+ap ia tht'ir history. Returns have that came under his observation during .
It made him a gouty agouti. started i about three years ago by Mr. | .
J"FLuil! > \ \KCET\BLES .. .
hoes good. 1. "
very the civilwar. He said that it was : WISH .r.Ho.;:' I. ;
New York Press. William Giles is at last nearing com .. ..
A A. Brown has bought the Stewart at: the battle of Spottsylvania. The .* ,p; nutni.a on r.Ilola: < r"I'\ 'S"11.;! Sf<-.I i Plan tu 1 f"I" i
]pletion. At one time we thought that
plat war Homestead consisting of arm of the service to which he was attached { too. Etei' if F'ertilizrr. I"!*1l11 : i
which has fine 10- The antelope would make a pet 1 this undertaking would never be a J "FI.uRID.ORAS'd i:> I.- ,
Itp arre a very had resisted twelve different .f a'-I: : i"'it:n.. .
For which we've long been hoping; success; but we are now thinking I .
onte/r grove. and terriffic assaults, when finally: the I. : -p -i-'a; interest "'a:..:" ;;, .\JWer 'PiN6.\I'1' F f'ERTILlZI"! r .r : r
The trouble is how | .otherwise. The windows will be
G. B. Stevens of Lemon City, hasa to prevent I -. ., .
woods caught on fire which .pwelai in'*'r pI! 'c
The antelope eloping.Potatoes threaten-I]placed in the building in a few days r
Me crop of ...... He has already I Ie d to burn the I'ro..r !
and the day school which has been !
__ nalH.. "d l Blte a Dumber of crates I in Half Shells. were behind. The commanding of : 'TLIISTRWHrRRIf! [ : -iii: \L. FERTIU7KKS/ .

"4 and i. uradiag them out daily. ficer was about to detail a volunteer carried on in the church building will I j I. I\'l., ''L :'H'a! -.' ,.' r..1: | Ii.: ,tf ,ci- i.ffe-t-iit/ :... ,' :
bake six
Wash well and
., be moved to the school whichis I.
..Yettlle truckers are busy gettingt..r { squad to put .it out. when a young building. 'j ritia.r! an l F'va': ..n' ., Ilr;. ,",, .
sized potaties. When done cut in half
j partly a gift to the colored youthsof i I. .

fall potato crop off perparatoryfur the long way. scoop out the inside, soldier, not apparanely more than IS Ocala by Ocala people.We ij i I., New atl:,I r..\ I'hl! diti\ < -:' .it i 'It' ahH\"t" Jllllt t.ililthri!. ,,..". '..r ....11.1.: ; : tt
tlwlr upriag planting. J. C. Pe-
begged the privilege of performingthe --
mash and add two tablespoonfuls of
take this medium of
aU, ha returns netting him $5.33 perilous task and did so under a thanking t
a barrel butter moisten with three tablespoonfuls j those generous friends for their kin.i; : WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZEB COMPANY i
perfect shower of bullets from the en- ,
of hot milk or cream add salt and ; ,
ness. Bishop Gray D. D.. of southern
4 Waul' are Mill being shipped pepper and the whites of two eggs i emy's guns. The young soldier's Florida. was delighted when hi- : .1 It'h.I 1\ \'II.I. I j '. 1
from Huelinj liven and the grower : .
; .
'name was Charley Sherman and be- .
riaiut thai they are getting fancy well beaten. Refill the skins andhakt" longed to a Georgia regiment. He received visited this building aT St. Janis : ; ................+..... ..........................;
eight minutes in a hot oven j
church that did allow
to see we not
.* f-.r in-ill. There are not aHn ,
ptc K
the of all who witnessed
These be filled with grated cheese plaudits .. .
may ,. .
the good works of a good man to> latin '1'1 .
r. :, matt'' It-ft to ship, howev- J T
? the brave performance and the 1-
before baking if desired. the dust. We will gladly accept
c> commendations of those in command. )

Tli- t.d.\, \ \\ utr fair which is now Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Fa ConiR'-aader Graham offset it witha i books and papers of every description: M cIVE &
for this reading room. as we expt-c' MACH0Y
MI in full! blast at Si. Petersburg is vorite. story of another kind. He said it ]
"mlft&.1 success. The exhibit "We prefer Chamberlain's Cough I' by the help of God to get these boy
was af'er the battle of Franklin. The
Remedy to any other for our children ;:; off of the streets of Ocala and to in-
of fr its! iuni u-getables is a very fine which he attached FURNITURE DEALERS
sa".slr.. L. J. Woodbury, of I,.brigade to was
still the spirit of the dignity of
oft. I Utwral prizes are offered. [Twining Mich. "[t has also done the ,,i thought they were surrounded and great I -- - ---
M l' Raw linsoa of Aukona apncikral work for us in hard colds and croup :> [labor. We only wish that a law could i .
their only escape was through a i I! \\ K: l'I!: K: Y \ F i ;: N I r I! I :N I. i \ I'll !' 1.1 \ E t ; r
Iruit ia figuring on and we take pleasure in recommending !be had here as well as elsewhere to
grower it." For sale by all druggists m : narrow mountain pass thickly linedon I compel fathers and mothers to send 'House
Titusville.He ; i iI
Martialj a peach farm at either side with Spanish needles. Furnishings Parlor Suits

thinks the soil in that section is and His Troubles. i I their chidren to school and keep ;
Bailey briars and thick bushes; as they i Rugs. Art Square and In ,
'ahem off the streets and we believe j Mattings Lllt"r..1'.1,., ,tf a** A1N
the of peaches.JAn filed
veil adapted to growth The most serious charge were hurrying along This path one

owner of an orange groveho |j;against Senator Bailey of Texas is by one a startled shout fell upon !''it could be done and we will say that !Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
it will be done by the law and order !
and do t'Sn't is wast- "
spray the one that : their "Make Make In
way I
ears: way Mahogany Birch. BirtfM/e of all klM+-M.MMey a+y Oak
MM money ali the fertilizer only That in the spring of 1S93. F. B. ,'Thinking it was some officer on horse- society: of our city. We thank our t I Maple and Oak.

DId,.. a tree thrifty and the more Stewat of Gainesville Texas a bask or courier with important dispatches white friends for the aid that they China and Crockery

thrttty the tree the better the white I I|former law partner of said Joseph : they looked around and be- have so willingly given us that this Mission Furniture I ate Ine-D..ec let. tM
I building is noalmost ready for
1y tnrierVMfAao. Bailey was appointed a judge of the held "wild-eyed red-headed boy, dis- j
a I In all the different fmi fc*i Oetd Ple, .esI
has been having some United States court for the Indian apparelled save to one garment and I work. I
I r.
Ita* rtfOwf-ra and the crops are grow- Territory and appointed J. W. Philips it was flying to windward. The boy was REV. JOHN. H. BROWN.LEVI I

hHC .iett Jidly. Small shipments of ,of Gainesville Texas to whom Bailey ALEXANDER.
| < scared to an inch of his life and as II
II All Kinds of &d and Table Linens Lace Curtaktf
leaving I ,
_tplsals. and tomatoes are owed considerable sums of money as the soldiers in front refused to make rand

.111. S. M. Hamilton made the first ,clerk of said court. That the compensation : way for him he plunged into the birars I i Committee. Upholstering Goods

tti11plaeat of aggplant last week. of said Philips as clerk was on and needles and was lost to sight. ii i ii ''I Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves

W L. Van Duzor has one of the I.a salary basis under the law as it' The incident was so ludicrous that What to Do When Bilious. ,

how fruit farms at Kissimmee City. !then existed; said J. W. Bailey at all fear was forgotten and all who, I The right thing to do when you feel 1 Full Lin- ot L p-t,i,dat.. iVturvs. fram-'I l dull i uufranw. and PJC

He has all Kinds of fruit besides orange said- time_ being a member 01. the jumciary ,.- witnessed it were- convlused with 1 !bilious is to take a dose cf Chamber- I tur. Mouldings. Kull aGw'k44,
!lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
1 and grapefruit. He has one of the house of representatives j laughter. ,They will cleanse the stomach and
r Farm and Turpentine Wagons Harness and Saddles
I Buggies
of the lineal! peach orchards in this of the United States congress procured Other incidents were related. i regulate the liver and bowels. Try it. ,

wetlon. The trees in this orchard ; the passage of an act which was Frank Harris elected[ i Price 23 cents. Samples free at all"druggists. ... .
Comrade was |" ExdiJ: U\t' .alr..t t"r .r ftagon I "'i >' ru; tii .. $ttwkba+ker

) .rt' tint I l-eginuing to bloom. 'approver November 3, 1S92: (United lieutenant, commander: Comrade W. i mMan' .\ earn ihe \t'r.\ !b....r 1'1 i <,t Hip| I.rit.\\ It"n'''. sad I .rrt...,..

'" i _.. According to the \'olnsiconnty (States Statutes at large volume 28), j L. Ditto chaiplain and Comrade D. Wants But Little Wcman Wants

f !' Record "orange growers who have I which put said clerkship on a fee A. Smith, surgeon. ,I I H'k.: I.in- -tu. '!. -'.'t

rnipii trf sound fruit on the trees ret ]basis and increased the compensation ,;1 After the payment of some dues A little girl stood More.for some time in Building Hair.; I..tIt': ;:. >iK\|:;:; \|.".. Paints an.d

are holding them until the damaged ,of the office of clerk to the sum of and an informal discussion of the fi-

'a r' fruit is worked off the market. Such about $:!:i.OOO per annum and thereafter -I the adjourned. a meat market waiting for some ors Material Fiintkute Roofing;
nances. camp Oils
i r to attend her wants. Finally me' :
fortunate growers are !going to getfnaey I' during the life time of Philips, ', I \\ hitf' !.aal.l V inii-h-... Kt .
proprietor being at liberty, approached
prices for this second fruit |now deceased and during the incum- : When Wealth is Odious. '
( \\ : \I.IIt..tin. ni'l Mik-ii- .
I her and asked: "Is there anything $ l'ap'-r.| : \Vail I'.ni.t-
According to what Mt. Dora grow- bency of the office Bailey procured l I .
you would like little girl" ail and <.i a.a.: 8*', \\ n, .' ii' i fMItIII i .-! iii }'-tsc '0
*ra say the freeze apepars to have large sums of money from time to I Senator McCarren has recently stated -
"Oh, yes, I want a diamond ring
<;aae lens damage than at any other time from Philips as compensation." |} that "the time is coming when it.. Mclver & Mackay.
ri' and a sealskin. saque, a real foreign;
of the
ptare. north of Miami, most i will be odious to be wealthy." I
!:nobleman and a pug dog and a box ar <
t"*Hfcr vegetables going through I The Surgeon's Knife in Delaware. I The Wall Street Journal differs ----
the and oh. ever so mans
without damage, while tangerines oranges -I A dispatch to the New York World ||from Senator McCarren and says that '!{ opera '
I[things: but all ma wants is a dimj *- -
grapefruit and lemons were under date of Dover Delaware fol j wealth will never become odious ex- ;
worth of bologne sausage"l
Metouchrd.A Cows: "By a vote of twenty-six to (cept: j i ii (
Switzerland. Fla., correspondent eight the house today passed the bill i First-When the rich man is crim- l Fine Brood Mares.

Gt the St. Augustine Record names presented by Representative Halj j inal. j, We have just gotten in a car load

tine groves of oranges and grepefruit comb (dem.), of Newcastle, providing i Second-When he is miserly. Hi .of the finest brood mares ever, brought

near that town that were not injured that a surgical operation shall bej i; Third-When he displays his wealthtoo :!to the state and to see them is to ad
| mire them. We will sell them a> WILLOW DALEWHISKEY
by the 1 'Cl mbt'r freeze though they performed on all men convicted of l, ostentatiously: and extravagant1ly. |very reasonable prices. Come and and

J had no fire or other protection.! They attempting to assault women in Del 'look 'them over at

t t are load.d with fruit at the percent aware. It must be performed within Fourth-When he uses his wealth' MARION FARMS: STABLES

tiff K>me of which is being picked twenty days after conviction and will to oppress others, to crush out competition -i x x Ocala. Fla.Couldn't crlyrv

land sent to market. be in addition to the existing imprisonment and to bribe his way into political '
Let a Bargain Escape.
S The Fernandina Record claiais that sentence of twenty ears. '
.. William-how did he come to a>
Amelia Island having many acres of I Speaker Hodgson was excused from Riches will never be odious as long
cept you the second time oi proposed
', nile land and surrounded by seawater ..I voting. The members who voted innegative .as the rich man conducts himself ; ?

should be able to raise big.M'tJMi the were Conwell. Evans aright with becoming hospitality.
Lawrence, her refusal: .
', you see, ru.j '
of strawberries and vegetables Elliott Garrison Harvey Richards ; with intelligent philanthrophy and
northern markets. The advantages and Wilson all republicans. ') j first time I proposed mat- i FULL EXPRESS
fur the Stoats with a due sense ow stewardship.Wild 85
: feel that she.
me so awfully cheap wv
the Record mentions should The opponents of the measure contend j 4 $
manlike. could not resist the !
sake that island a favorable place for that the proposed punishmentis ducks are dying in Utah by QTS. PREPAID[
unity to secure a bargain.Why
pjoducing such crops and FernandinaU cruel. The bill now goes to the i,the thousands and on the famous Bear!

admirably situated for a shipping senate. The additional punishment '. river duck reserve their dead bodies it Was Net Done. ScMJciga.a, 'w a' fUI':11"r', '
.!%. ( *
in Cet 1r-ty < '
l oiat. lis the most drastic ever proposed : strew the ground while others are Impatient Guest-I ordernJus .
I r-: : t WILLOW DALE RYE f v :
'. The Wauchula Advocate givesY .: Dt-laware. The bill which has : fluttering about in a paralized condi steak not well done! I Tn U ;'- J if yon don t find it ,ill: f. a' i t. 3

sound advice: "Good sound Florida I'I many supporters in both political' tion. They are fat and show no signs'1| Boston Waiter-I know it but 'he i) ., t tert4it.....' n.lltt5t&kt..u.., ,t r..r rlr.se \.

considerably of recent attempted > s J wi \\111 be fnluvthr.h.! ..- ',
wans;?* aro now quoted parties is an outcome of starvation nor cohtBranch's j cook is one of those persons who oe w ur .
than they were assaults white women 1:3 t fat .ir odeIi -
on "
higher in the markets Il Here that no matter how small! a _-". :nVr ** are di,tiltcrt, so wbrn ,. *

before the frt'ezbut there is so throughout Delaware by negroes. j 1 i Gentine .thing is it should be well done i i from cs n11Wn: thl"n\CJC'lDOUapr..6t. ..f" .-

much frosted fruit on the market \ era .r.1 a' >t.1 all chance 01 a4ttttrf4ti \ :
that those who have sound fruit I Didn't Want to Go to Heaven. Rattlesnake Watermelon SeedOnly I:i There seems to be a social SE- LIOr mire of petting oar Whiskey Jag U it ,"
... had betterwait until the market is.. "\11 the little boys and girls who j I tion in Cuba. Governor :\Ia r-ga-I ; >k i d.4..1ery. without being Umprrt! w-::ii "1 ,
in United States.
Pure Strain '
su >
: clear of the frosted article. If the !I Ii want to go to heaven" said the Sunday Carefully selected : kept pure forty i ii !cently gave a state ball to which i, If yoU prefer corn whiskey, %e will irw' ftm

: fruit has not been injured by thetnkt school superintendent "please j i I years. No other variety grown on1!none but Cubans were invited. He ,I, It tot:! full qatfUof ALLAN SINCUUI 'SCO MM+

i will bring Plantation of 1.500 acres. Pure seed 'I WHISKEY lor S2.80,urretota ..tnp"1&1'" t'
I It will keep and later rise., ( [explained that he would give a ball ]
i Troddles. j I impossible where different kindslaregrown buy a better euro hickey truss itD">tiny d:e e!
but Tommie dr ,
later which but Americans
t All rose | to none
good prices. i i ; loz.lSc. ; 2oz. 5e.t; oz. any price.
".\nd doesn't this little boy want togo 40c; 1-2 tt> COc.; 1ft $1; 515 $4.50; 10th 'would be invited. Our nurantee of perfect MtUbctkm r* t. aiey

; to heaven?" j $S.54, delivered. I! refunded gor with ever Shipment we cuke Y<*J

I H. THALGOTT "N-not yet; I am going fishing tojmorrow. i Remit registered letter or money r"j j! The Fernandina Record says ?!aa! S + run no risk when yon deal with as a* the ovnm
Proprietor of the 'der. Send for seed annual. ) I of our company have resource of a million tiuJLir
.-London Tribune. >:Florida as a whole may not appear lt and Will do !
BAKERY Manual on melon culture on all or-j 6)V1flfpEfAO) f exactly as me wy.
DUNNELLON Jin the attitude of defending the
of sealing wax and ders. j I IANBA l >< THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.
" | U now prepared to ship Bread Cakes A big supply bottles and i;Standard Oil company, but Florida hs>tRstss.Lt tea I MACON. CA
corks for sealing syrup M. I. BRANCH j
Pies Etc., on short notice, and guar !i has found that even Standard Oil Ow..,. J R.......... D.eu.; "i N.. Z1. SM O-. c.

antees satisfaction in all cases. jars.x TYPINGS & CO. Columbia Co. Berzelia, Ga.!money can accomplish a great deal
Give him a trial.


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DOINGS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD. by warrants on the county treasurer. I IN A TANGLED WEB.Insanity vipy 044 Ttrnsts. reN
I It ..... cW trwal r t1 e i
Op SPRING FASHIONS Teachers' report was examined and -
Expert i In haw Trial Made fe" ...., .. 1M.... .1IIJf'1j
Ocala Fla, Feb. 6, 1907. approved as follows: :
The board of public instruction in Bal. from last report . .S 134.41 Almost Ludicrous. ikwstaa4 ltd atlrt tiMA rltBs. M
MM M MM t... Rwiaiwb
and for the county of Marion state Rec'd. from E. L. Carney -
The "Short Sleeve" Will Abide.-Checks and Plaids.--Stripes of Florida, met this fourth day of (levy of 1906) ," . 21:19.1: New York, Feb. 5.-In the effort to ,h r of ",-sir bII

February, 1907, in regular session Recd. from E. L. Carney prove that Harry Thaw was, I.{..... ..wi H IP* 0PW .. I r tit
and Colors! ..t if .. .t.>
with Isaac Stevens chairman, B. R. (polls of 190C . . 270.00 through heridity and mental l ........ I'.bM tlltis
A LI ttMtw Ms I Its.
I BUtch and J. S. Grantham present. Rec'd. from W. D. Cam from when he killed Stanford White tfc* 4* .lust nr
l. L Minutes of last meeting read and Montague patrons . :3 ..QORec'd. fense intrcxliK four wi.... M. to who .... M aW tM mat M tt II,
New York, Feb., 4, 1507. lar shapes re-appear, particularly the !approved. from W. D. Cam Jno day. and when all had km* fee***. it sad stave*** a* tits
From the Ocala Banner's Special I large fiat trimmed with flower wreaths Applications from the patrons of Slater fund) . . IC .oO was general optitaA IB tb* tmnnem w_ aaa..SI .. flail' -
and touch of black velvet ribbon. t'Ns I....., r trrr
New York correspondent. a !tttlsl--Wwr
the Lake Keer school were read before I thai little progress .had beets M* t.
The short-sighted mortal who confidently Flowers are once more in the ascendancy the board asking to run the i Total . . .$2734.51 nard that end. i I'" lSu 'trNa ..a.... it

predicted the downfall of the and quills or plumage aboundin I school at Lake Keer for three months. I Dis. during Jan . .$21W.tw Or. t' C. Wil!)', M aJ...., of Wti* 1...,. .t.- i,. ..Jt1.. (*,'"4 ti .

elbow sleeve is "put to confusion," as high grade millinery and to a still The patrons saying that Putnam I burg, he first witaew, was gtissnosI lice tittn

all exct-pt the tailored suits, have ,greater extent on the "ready-to-wear" county would pay one-half of the sal'Bal. in treasury . .$ a.a1Treasurer's ; ; ) ed by II r. Gle MM for ilw. .,.... I
sleeves ranging just below the angle hat. Crowns, as a rule, are somewhat SarahBard I t
for the :
ary and recommended :Miss report specialdistricts and gate hU o( the ebow. In fancy waists the higher, and folds of velvet leather or I as teacher. The. board agreed! were examined and approved. when h* *.bol'bll! t'. U*w.t .* 1;. !Ii' I'' tIts '* "

t>k>(ves are short as ever. Let us colored silk passementerie around to run the school and pay one-half I The report showed the following balances the fact that Thaw had hewn ;*.. ,* ,

hope that long sleeves will be manufactured crowns, need a shade of novelty. The $15) per month on the salary of the I in the treasury: Ocala. ir 2 77 : .by the witness thmar agtt, dn., i 8"1h t m'itdttf

in larger numbers and at Leghorn is very prominent and indi- teacher and authorized the superintendent 'McIntosh, $175.95; Beileuew, $21J'K'! ; : ;also on his iAtornuuitm >; '.>. 'u 9
,.rites within the reach of all femin- cations are that the closely woven to employ Miss Bard in connec- j Fant\iPc. $lS.u: : DunneMon! J12M. I"If..d v ... t. .

...... The dearth of novelties in all straws will again be in the majority. 1 tion with Putnam county. Reddiek, $12.S5: Pine Level, 'I K; 11 Ph.I"I.: \.rn. '. .1'1"J n '.r \ H .' 4\

departments of fashion is remarkable. The superintendent was instructed |Mayvilie. $22.23; ; WeiifdaV.! $ii.;; : amiu vl 11"! vuin, ant 01 .1'
In suits, the same general styles pre- Dress Materials. j $ : :1.7.*. .
to secure a surveyor and have schoolhouse Citra $::190.79; Griner Paim. : : hours ('oiU'Dumic; ; HTO t Iw it t *H "H' a' >
Tfil-the plaited skirt, the box coat, Spring "suitings" comprise stripes, lot for Wetumpka school sur :Buck Pond, $22.79: ; :Sparr: $<7.l.: *" -slob. 1-! aii. .'n;' 'a- .r 1" ,\
a tight.fitting coat, the long coat and checks or, plaids in such varied blend- veyed. The board agreed TO pay for: Buck Pond. $22.79.::: :Sparr $ I.a : it\er.i a 1w I I.- ,! .'\ < .1
the Eaton, plaited, braided, with or ings that one is amazed at human in- same but will require the patrons j Candler. $72.O: : Fallowhip. ail2.' ;ill .1 X- % \ "l'. < .

-without a vest and in fact any attractive ,genuity. The two latter afford greater to return the amount or it will be !Electra, $7,811: Rlitchton. $:_:::'::5 t;>, "1., .e. \ 4 i '* !i, *v f ..

fancy trimming is admissible. scope for individual taste than the deducted from the school term next :Manel, $7.;;4: Ft. Kins. $::uII": Cap.i' ',. <.< !! .d 'i :" ."n, ''H.i t tl'tt3k't" y .." ';
former, and the handsome combina- year. j;let $L6';; Linadaie, $:{2.W.:: : < '411( on ri !f.i-* .,'\11 .iij-tt.r* ,.ii I v t-i ,n.."i ,
Spring Millinery.: tions now shown by Lord and Taylorare The question of disposing of the old >Plant $llti.SS! ; Orange Lalp.4..)"': 'itll tjUoti'; fr;>!u 14.'h'A! r I"' i' at' > a
The sole difference yet apparent is, i marked by originality: beauty of school house!' and lot at Mane! was 'j Oak Hl. $;a5.-'t; : ; Moss Bluff. $72::: 'L',,!:.:.. th'! lal1dal'.J 'n-H. ...."' tq .
that hats will set more closely to the I coloring and softness of texture. The again taken up. Mrs. Smith of 1lar. i Fairfield. $48.50; Cottage Hill $",11.:; i i'-. ..: a. .}.t. -

head and there will be less trimming peculiar shade of tan and gray woven tel, asking the board to make her" i Charter Oak. $lS.79: PPIIro. $4.17.:: M.; ..lroirPnam ,i-h..d 1 > .'U if .- '.. .. wn.Ji". .. .
feeder the brim. Last season's popu44 1 together, which appears in an attrac- deeds, but as the board had agreedone Kendrick, $1.4S: Ockla\vdhi. *'I.:2:::! : *>u':- \anMn-. <1 Tha' .\ "h 1,11 rw trm i '. fH A'aN f f> .*.* '\

-. -- -_. --- year ago to deed the property total 52350..13.There ..:...! ''.-> nr I m! ani'' an! h.- Had .,rut !I. "I \..... \ 'to 'h' '* *> ".
back to Mr. James Cribbett, who gave being no fmVrin.-;-. .. .
t.u i r \fn"'I-.1| \\I'iI Pol" 'I ..'h tlf ttfi'Lrtt'" a P a .Orttt i. rh
+ ++$4+*+++++4-> +++44-++++ + +++++44+4H4'> y 4 Cribbett had
and Mr. '
the property, the board to { "i" .
adjourned 1114" ..
1\ [hit c! 'n' i.-\\ > v\ 1I i 1- Si ..It t "f- attI i4lrW '. A : "
x -V X", -;.. o been notified of same and the trustees first Monday in March. | ill-, J 'r'WL !'' \ Lu Of WlfT, ;'artf iaad ...: Xtgti ..t.r #.., ty-
XV 3-i
Av(/ k V had also recommended that the \V. D. C\RX. ,.
t !i : >* Mxv a-'miaeion that Thaw arcs nn .Is-p ..' 'ar f '.t4\1. .t 'apt '
l> property be conveyed back to Mr. St'f'rt.tary. night if the Iht' iragf} wt r, n..1 t tf ,' Ii tb.'e 'J. a- *
< .'&Wi> Crihbett and Mr. Cribbett had agreed ,
"*--- reI1)t Insanitt fa'n! '"IO11'1! I n I, .. etc t rr4. 't A pPIta' R' e' # .-"
to buy the house at the price the bard ,.
The Illinois legislature has nuuk- "I"I1t l 'ht' t ,t-It.nr. 1!!-.1I11 ,atbs at aq.p',taY
had offered it for and had sent his .
chicken stealing a penitentiary of I-.r'-d' I'oi I.c" 1\ --.l
check for the same to the superintendent Du the ordeal rf thin ,iefeaar's .... ;
fense. Another instance of northern !i mg ( I Th* Tha v'i lea r
the board felt that they had the council! for tb- .lftn-< '. .
cruelty to inoffensive l'Ot's.-\t. \\ nn>- + dr..1 l a. 11 '.nwtJ b 4'ti
!r obligated itself in such a way that it !" ,:'I I ,
lanta Journal. :fir tent! and Jth .ut i'r\t'st i 'II. b bt. rF? r
could not go back on their previous .
''it LI |I" 1- 11 '. 1"' _" ""
obligations; therefore the secretary ,I t ia-n .
I t"1- teama
Dr. Felix Adler says the desire for I
: >> and chairman of the board are author- wealth is a form of insanity. That I I| A Brahmin said to a miMtoaary to ". .- ....tattd fur t"',-t ....
Mr. James Crib-
ized to make deed to
India: 'Wu are !U-xinninK in find von It. n.'n.1 R. "
helps to bear out the statemenr of
bett.The !Christians out. You are not M *uud na'r. ."* tTh
who aid
authorized that London physician ; we :
Ocala trustees are
as your book if you weiv. 1 bt.Id
to[ advertise for special legislation to were all more or less crazy. t t .
!I would soon be converted Worldly .' BAM *b f<
secure funds or issue bonds sufficient I then despise Christianity that apes .Wh..n ,4 [:o construct or build or to enlarge I Mr. Thomas Bailey Aldrich who I ,. .
their ',\ .t'- ar.II! i 1- Mi'-nfur! no h. t.w1m"! | 'It ll h fI 1 rata
J school house for the Ocala high school. I has undergone a minor surgical oj-| 'pr l i \ i.\- 'ii 'fllil.- .4 '
0i The" board adjourned to meet on 'eration in Boston is better and! indications .... -
Tuesday morning at eight o'clock.On point to his recovery.

h Tuesday the board met per ad-
+ '( journment with full board present. The most terriffic blizzard in \ a; -

III\' \II The teachers' accounts and other is now causing misery and -T..ir1! Coming TO Ocala !

bills! were examined and ordered paid I in the: norm fast-and-!-WI.-T. ---

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I %::'" COMMENCING[ MONDAY, f8RUjR[ II, 1317


I' I I r The G. W. Park Dramatic Go.



Presenting in their new canvas theatre, which ts wdl kit"'LI

I all new and up-to-date, plays "Pearl of Savoy.. TW' XiiI .

CY I I meg Match' "Bosom Friend of Bowser," "Tie C.UJ......M-

ers," "Little Outcast," "On the Road to Frifea."
I .f)
Designed by the McCall Co., Fashion Publishers and Manufacturers oft i

McCall Patterns orY1 lie Latest moving pictures between the acts. The p+tut

a. concert ever given. Matinees Thursday and Sotwdtf Jt 3

live novety. Voiles follow in the the regulation boxed patterns are

footsteps of wools, and of course some shown in endless variety at the best FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK Peoples popular prices. Children, 25c; adukf, 3q it-

demand for plain goods will exist, but shops. Very effective ones of batiste, served seats 15c extra. Location of tent theatre, oppodk tic

they will be in the minority.New embroidered and inset with lace, are BETWEEN A. C. L. Depot.
Silks. to be had at 10.00 and from that up to
Those of American manufacture any price that the purse will permit Jacksonville and New York.Calling i
claim first attention, and they also -

get forth the beauties of plaids, Colors.

I' checks or stripes often vary by dots Tan is supposed to be the leading at Charleston, S. C., both ways. COMING
and size i in groupings of the later de color of the season, next gray and THS FEES: STEAMSHIPS! DT THE COASTWISE S:: VIE.

signs. An imitation of the homespunweave thirdly black and white. This assumption

appears in a second American is not borne out however by a CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NES
silk, which is peculiarly acceptablefrom
glance at the color card of leading

from plaids its shadowy or checks.surface-a Black relief and bright houses.hues Plain and voiles ribbons are are in many fairly Jacksonville and FREIGHT all, Boston SERVICE Eastern BETWEEN and Points.: Providence, '
white silks are as much in favor as blazing with color. Facings in brill- TIle Jonn HI fflfiS\ S IIOW

ever and authorities state that all iant hues are used in collars, cuffs Calling at Charleston Both Ways.

back silk is in growing demand large- and front of checked or plaid suits, SEMI WEEKLY S.\. I LIXGS.
ly due to the "Jumper waist," usuallyof _
and plain, rough-woven silks come in Southbound. . . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
lace, and requiring a contrast. green; crimson, blue, "crushed strawberry Northbound. . . . .From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville .. .. .
Black, sufficiently lightened by lace -
and of .
course every shade of ..
and touches of color is universaly becoming brown. Soutache braid will be in Clyde St. Johns River Line. -- -
and in less conspicuous than
great this
spring, and rather
colors. narrow ribbon will trim dresses of Between Jacksonville and Sanford

sheer material in ladder form, squares, Stopping at Palaiia, Ast::, Seresfri ( TeLasJ ) asi. latsrsediataLaaiisgs Tuesday February 12th
Bordered Robes. diamonds or in straight
around rows c: St. Jshss 2ier. ,
Robe patterns of all sorts, both in of varied widths.
bordered materials by the yard and in VERONA CLARK
-- I South.Bound SCHEDULE North.Bound .... .. '.
I Read down. .- 'iI1 __*,_ .""_ : _. .. _
The white caps between Thomas- take its course and if a roan violatesit Read up.

. Tulle, Ga., and Monticello, Fla., are have him publicly tried and punished. Leave 3 30 p. m. . .Jacksonville . . Arrive 2 00 a. m. r
plying their vocation in an awful drastic Leave 8 45 p.m . . Palatlia . . ,. .Leat'e 8 00 p. m.
manner. It is said that they recently Leave :3 CO a.m. . . . Astor . . .. .Leue 3 20 p. m.Beresford 2/xPerformances Daily;;2
took a respectable white man Senator Beveridge proposes to . . . (DeLand) . Leave 1 00 p. n
. from his bed in the dead hour of measure strength with Mr. Bryan in Arrive S 30 a. m. . . .Sanford . . .leave 9 30 a. m.

:t night and administered to him more a series of magazine articles. If he Arrive 1000 a. m. . . .Enterprise . . ,. .Lea\"e 1000 a. m. .-.-'_:_ : :. r '.,." -. .. '... r.. .;:.
than led lashes on his bare back and proves no better than he did in his

I limbs. A negro couple man and articles on Russia he is already a

b E I $ } wife, were taken out the same night gone; gosling. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St.. .Jacksonville. 'At 2 and 8 p. m, Doors Open One Hour .....
and severely flogged. The establishment '

. of courts is to prevent violencein The republicans of Ohio reesnt the A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F. M. IRONMONGER, jr., A. G. P. A. \
this shape and the law abiding proposition: of the president to make 0. H. TAYLOR Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'f. Pass. Agt., .
b people 'of that section should put a Ralph Tyner, a lemon skinned gentleman Branch Office, 290 Broadway, New York. See street parade at noon. Fret outside
l stop to these outbreaks. A victim of surveyor of customs for the port I Pier 36 N. R., New York. Jacksonville, Fla.
. the white caps in one of the countiesin of Cincinnati. It may cost the repub- L. D. JONES T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A. {
p this state is said not to have rested licans the loss of Ohio. Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla. exhibition on show ground as soon as !

until he had waylaid and killed W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE. MILNE G. F. A. pt-
all who had participated in his flogging Governor: Folk along with other Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.C. *.

and disgrace. Better let the law folk, has been sick, but is improving. P. LOVELL Supt., Jacksonville, Fla. rade is over. Show ground, government lot.FORECAST .

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II Ii i I Fakirs, spare those Iambs! !

T I Skin not each little dear: Chew What You Know About and

i His fleece we've often clipped.and .

iI oft we hope to shear.

iI I It's To really sell him very worthless wrong shares, i Know What Yo Are hewing

But he's a friend in us-

JJ; I We'll guard him from your snares. 1 i

l l y ui ,JQ. F fC I Your wicked wildcat schemes. There is real pleasure in chewing chewers and pounds of tobacco

I Your bad deceitful ways, the best tobacco grav.:1-.vherc the Ch.T..ed, to thevpopuation, in those 1

C j i I Most They loudly fill us we with condemn amaze;! i best tobacco grows-in the famous Satshere SCHNAPPS tobacco

We'll call the law on you; i i' Piedmont Country. was first sold than there are in the

Begone now, everyone! : Only choice selections of this States where SCHNAPPS has not
We'll fleece all lambs ourselvesIf i

._ ... I shearing is to be done! i I I I well-matured and thoroughly cured yet been offered to the trade.

-E. A. F. in World. tobacco is used in making SCHNAPPS is like a cup of fine

'9S. rMitt \What Even the Appearance of Satan : SCHNAPPS. That'swhySCHNAPFS Java coffee, sweetened just enough

'1 I If Did. and others of the Reynold's brands, to bring out its natural, stimulating l

f A few nights ago a jolly "tacky" I as shown by the Internal Revenue qualities. SCHNAPPS pleases all
held the Commercial
II)Uty"as at
+ i lotel. : statistics for a fiscal year, made the classes of chewers: the rich, be-
t A young man, personifying his satanic ; wonderful growth of six: and onecause they do not find a chew that

FOUR SAILINGS WEEK tIt: majesty, went out in the yard in i quarter million pounds, or a net really, pleases them better at any
4 search of a messenger boy. Spying
sEACH !: i of one-third of the entire because it is
E 1 i half witted negro lad sitting by a gain pric3 ; the poor, more

II range in the kitchen he headed for : increased consumption of chewing economical than the large lOc. or _

Jacksonville and New York.Calling ,:terrible limos apparition soon as the all boy in red saw with this: ; and smoking tobaccos in the United 15c. plugs and they get their mon-

I:]horns and the traditional accessories States. ey's worth of the real snappy, stimulating i

I le! gelled "Golly de debbil cotch me, I
at Charleston, S. C., both ways. Evidently, chewers cannot resist flavor so appreciated by tobacco -
.. .. sho't"!; and shot out of the window,
m...*_* illiiS" STZAsS2IS: 1.1** -1'...."*. *..*.:4:.5.7;*.*-;*. 3i;*.-...-... i lujck 4 as lightning landing in a slop the flavor and they cheer SCHNAPPS lovers. All imitations con-

ENGLANANnsOUTHERN !:jacket.I A hotel guest was feeding; because SCH'AAPFS cheers them tain much more sweetening than
CLYDE NEW I NES his hoges close by; he was knocked
more than any other chewing toSCH LiPS. They are made that .
'I down[ by the negro in his frantic efforts -
Jacksonville FREIGHT, Boston SERVICE BETWt and! \Providence ,1 to escape "the enemy of mankind i bacco, and every man't,13.t chevsvay to hide Door tobacco improp- i

and all Eastern Points. !;' ," and fell on the dog, the dop in SCHNAPPS passes the good thing erly cured.
um being jammed into the pan of
Calling at Charle! ?ton Both \\....-.
chewer makes other
scraps. The negro was not seen along-one For the man who chews tobacco
SEJII U E i: K L Y s.\ ILIN (j ;!: i
o'clock the chevers-until the
...j ''again until 12 next day. fact is now esfor tobacco's sake, there is no chew

>uthbound. . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, 8 stcn' -Lake Butler Star.Ancient tablished that there
are more like SCHNAPPS.
Northbound.'From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville j i many

Clyde St. Johns River Line. 1, and Modern. Sold at 50c. per pound In Sc. Cuts. Strictly We. and ISc. Plugs y,

o t Esau had sold his birthright for i a i

Between Jacksonville and Sanforda i ito. mess of pottage. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem N. C. :

.. .:.i:3 a: ?...'.....:'.10..., asa, 3eresfi ( SjLaiiLandings ) a....a.. T"-......-.Lira I "Jacob would have got it anyhow" he ,

:a S:. Jobs: 2:72:. 1w I said. "I am commonly supposed tobe < .
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the happiest man aljve but he's the
I i SCHOOL APPORTIONMENT. i <11' --.__.., ____ ....
:real Harriman of the family.
South Bound SCHEDULE NorthBoundRead ::!
Eating his pottage with a loud I II
Read down. up. 'noise, like a hired man he turned, : Tallahassee, Fla., Feb 1. lauT. : Florida's Political Pulse Beat

. ..Jacksonville . ArriV2"00a.. m.
Leave : p. m. '0 picked up a paper and eagerly scanned -I W. M. Holloway state superintendent i iI

Leave SJ5 p.m. . . Palatka . .. . .Leave S 00 p. m. the "Male Help Wanted Ads.- i public instruction, makes the I i

Leave S; 00 a.m. .. . . Astor o. .. . ..Leave 3 30 p. m. : Chicago Tribune. ; annual apportionment of the inter-
. .. Beresford (DeLand) .. .. Leave 1 00 p. m. : -- -- -- ,'!est on the state school fund. .i ii I What the State Newspapers Are Saying

Arrive S 311< a. m. . . .Sanford .. o. .. leave 9 30 a. m. Neglected Cold Threatens Life. 1 ......_ ""."-'-_..:o.II.'T .""=""' -.=_-...................-_r. _'Q"2"D'R_ __._" _
Amount for Apportionment;! :
Arrive 1o 00 a. in. .. .. .Enterprise .. .. .Leave 1000 a. m. !!' (From the Chicago Tribune.! : I
"Don't trifle with a cold," is good iU.17. Rate per pupil 39 cents.Counties Sadler for Comptroller.The : -aL-Li\'p; Oak IV'n: I
advice for prudent men and women.It Average At. Amount. / state papers are hawing many -
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General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Say St., JacJcssnvill. :Proper may food be vital good in ventilation case of a, cold.and 1: Alachua 0 . .4371 $ 1,704.69 ',a good word to say for W. B. Sadler O'Brien's Sweep.!

Baker 727 283.53 of Lake City. for state comptroller.
dry, warm clothing are the proper 1 j Following an editorial note in (me
guards against colds. If they are< Bradford . . .1909 744.51 Mr. Sadler is now the efficient deputy Breeze that "Hon. T. A. Jennings of
jc. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. F. M. IRONMONGER, jr., A. G. P. A. : I
maintained through the changeable ;Brevard 6SO 265.20 state auditor and as such comes in di- Pensacola" w sin DeFuniak Spring
"& Pier 36 N. R., New York. Jacksonville:: Fla. : weather of autumn. winter and (
,Calhoun . .. 784 305.76'Citrus rect touch with the various county on a business trip U another IIt'tDthat
L D. JONES T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A. spring the chances of surprise from
ordinary colds will be slight. But the 693 270.27 centers of political influence. He is Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien "wonM not
Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla. I .
! 1 ordinary light cold will become seven Clay 745 290.55 a most competent gentleman for the sweep west Florida like a yefcm- '

W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A. if neglected arid a well establishedripe :Columbia . . 2504 ':-- 976.56 place he now fills and his elevation to I This looks a Utte QIIIIMr.-., City

Jacksonville Fla. Pier 36 N. R., ;New York. i! cold is tot he germs of dip theria ,Dade . . 1483 578.37 the comptrollership would follow as a i I Index
I Fla. what honey is to the bee. The greatest -
C. P. LOVELL, Supt. Jacksonville. i y.
I menace to child life at this seasonof :DeSoto . .2145 836.55 natural sequence to his worth and t

the year is a neglected cold. Duval . .. 5S95 2299.05 work. He would get out of Putnam Who is He?

_. - --------- -- ---- --- --- Whether it is child or adult the cold I Escambia . .3722 1471.08 ,county big vote.-Palatka Sews That administration ca&dUate for

t t.I J treat-lent; Franklin 671 261.69 I, governor of Florida OM not y tt b-o

{'!, Chamberlain's Cough Reniedyy. It is Gadsden .. .2889 1,126"71 Will Bryan. able to show up as the rq iit.. f*.
II' SI 11;,;(.JJl.1'Ir-s '_ jy./: /v .iv.ivWEEKLY. 'i': 1 sate an dsure. The great popularity Hamilton . . .1510 588.90iernando Hon. W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville, vorite or the "coasuasmatkjB devoutly!

-- :m dimmense sale of this preparation ; 510 198.90 is being mentioned as a possible can- to be wished."-Jacksonville Fori!

l.as been obtaine dby its remarkable Hillsborough . .5626 2,194.14 didate for congressional honors. dian.
c r.res of thi sailment. A cold never re-
LIST ::ulis in pnuemonia when it is given. ;Holmes . .1311 511.29 Those acquainted with the sterling Senator Mallory.

OUR CLUB i :;'or sale by all druggists. m :Jackson . . .4730 1,844.70 qualities of this brilliant young man Senator Mallory authorial t b.'

:Jefferson . .2960 1,154.40 ;doubt not his ability to succesfullyhold Leesburg Commercial to Mate Um be
Why Should it be A Scare Crow?
i LaFayette 777 303.031 down a seat in national legisla- will be a candidate to succeed him
i1i I Lake .. . .1346 524.94 I II tive halls.-Palatka Times-Herald. self as United States senator te he

) i ... i J-t'IU/'TIU.\( 1'.11:1.1is _IUl.tlt'E I It The ntt'd democrats platform of Wisconsin which holds havnrt's e I[Lee 589 229.71 !;I !primary of 1908. And from present

a ;Leon .. . . .3730 1,454.70 ;W. M. Girardeau. I indications the senator will have
'the tariff should be levied for
> duty I Levy . . .1300 507.00 Talk continues concerning the prob- plenty of company.-MadiwM* !'rEnterprise. *
he purpose of revenue, and favors: !
: Liberty 508 198.12 ,i able election of Hon. W. M. Girardeauto : .

I "placing on the free list any commodities Madison . . .2859 1,115.01 : the presidency of the state sen te. .I -
supplied by trusts or monop- I
I & "now !Manatee . . .1425 555.75 ; The News is heartily in favor of his:I County Treasurers;
free trade. A tar-
oHE' This
means I Marion . . .4761 1.856.79 :, candidacy. lie owes to his county :/: A proposition to disco ', i IC fIr

vj iif for revenue means nothing else. I JMonroe I . 1083 422.37 I to secure the prize if he can do so.Monticello i,flee of county treasurer >- Wl frs TilE} I OCALA WEEKLY BANNER antI The Semi England has a tariff for revenue and i }
; !Nassau . .1265 49 .35 News.W. discussed. ..It is ciao! :
W i Weekly! Jacksonville Time -rlli one year 1.50 : England is a free trade country. If ;Orange 2192 854.88 iI i i:that there ai. v flOt.l fa' (. 111'4

their object was to name a platform 322.5: I position i'!Id!i .! tbt-'n ." ("d.",
Osceola 827 : .
: THE 01.rEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice- ;! B. Lamar. I.
I :i ;which the national convention of 1908 work .. .
Pafco 863 336.57 The Honorable William Bailey La- no u.\u I tl .t
a-Week Xl'York World one year . .$1.05 would accept as a model the Wisconsin : that h He- i-t ,,-
i'N ,Polk . . .2766 1,078.74 war explains that there are three gested i I i'f'
sages should guess again.-Red- Putnam' . . 1644 641.1G I and young:y !. Irl'r ;". : t:.' )
kj\l THE! Ol'L."EEKL BAXTER and The Weekly I II classes of congressmen whom he divided !
lands, Cal.) Citrograph. Why
1308 510.12' one, thuI<:<> L away d. 11 't
:| Atlanta Constitution, one year. . . .1.75Y& should free trade be such an everlasting St. as follows. "One class is composed i .
: : . the ir 'a-r- : Tel.y t' +>
St. Lucie 475 1S5.25; : 'I of millionaires who don't need I ; "

:} THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta scare crow to our Pacific friend? Santa Rosa. . .1757 6S5.23; .i the salary; another class is composed i i coumin :::" 0' ? e q'.t: j',"'tin '

; ; Semi-Weekly I Journal, one year . . .$1.75 See what it.has done for the commerce Sumter . . 10S1 42159Suwannee 4 of( corporation attorneys and agents : the nay ,,* f -s. T > I':" !!
I I of England.Mr. .25S5 1/U-9-J2 :, will prc'-a' '- rep, rr ,' ::' /11
who are dependent upon their salaries i
I II: rj:: THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Coinmoner : Taylor 894 34Ss.OG :1 for their expenditures in Washington I makers:1: ::. hey i.'{ '!,'

> !< (\\. J. Bryan's Paper,) one year.1.50-: John X. C. Stockton proposes a Volusia . . .2157 841,23Wakulla : I and the third class is composed !spring.-M.i :i .' T.I. "
coffee house for Jacksonville under
, kM 743 289.77; d if those people who could not earn i Jeff. Browne.R. .
BANNER and The Toledo
THE! the auspices of a church club. The
: . 1S19 709.41 ..
Walton as much salary as this in any other j joccupation" Hudson h ,.- war > bl '
1 Blade Weekly Jon.) . . . . reposition is a good one. Coffee clubhouses
I : ( year . 2153 S39.G71Total .
. iii: $1.50i i: ought to be established in every I Washington .. Mr. Lamar, however insists -, man of the ra.organization .:d (" r. : t i:.'

* WEEKLY BANNER and The SavanlK I: that none of these reasons, of tile t-n--:: : _
ill THE OCALA town of any size in the state.
] .SSS25 $34,641.75'Total j' though fairly good ones prompted ; Tuesday, to succeed .!>.* P !ll
nah Weekh :News: one year. . . .$1....j They' more than any other movement, I
i amount fora.portionmenL :]him to vote against the increase of is claimed by Brown : thathe
i iQ would contribute to the growth of
J .$'U 7-14.17! f!congressional salaries. It seems:; that I retired from the off.' to b..
temperance. Let the coffee club housebe __ i
DAILY. I fitted up with billiard and pool i ii Ir. iroar feels that he is in a classy has gubernatorial aspic 1 !rll t
Balance in fund i j I himself. Palatka News. :' "
,tables and: other games and have cold ; rations will be about a t.tr
. 102.42
: noa apportioned '
amount to.-Ft. Myers :lrNewton
t'j) i THE OCAI DAILY BANNER:: and The Daily Sa- +I'II 'drink attachments.The I .I ,'. M. Barco. j I i, A. BHtch.

vaiiuah: :lone: year:: . . . . .Z' .5Q Jacksonville Metropolis says I Life in Florida. From a gentleman who has just'eturned It is thought that Hon. N. n A.
( : "I write this lying at ease in Florida ''I from south Florida, we learn'''!Blitch will'pro\'e a "working tse.tberof
and The Daily
TillOCALA i l DAILY '1 that young W. J. Bryan. of that city '
says a Jacksonville correspondent hat will be brought to the railroad commission. la t14'
. .1::?.50 is the recipient of many compliments : strong pressure j
1 W;! .Jad .lHlrilll' Times-Union, one year. sections of the ; ofaXew York parar. But it i iI I Ii bear> upon Hon. J.1.. Barco to induce j I past he has worked faithfully and
1 from various country
V THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta for] his magnificent address delivered i doesn't take one long to lie at ease in him! to become a candidate for a state (well and it is not likely that at 'b'-t!

I' Journal one year . . . . .SS.50 Lee It magni- Florida where the big" fish are hi' usiti. ( ffice-comptroller or secretary of ag-!late da- there will be a change ia nuifficii.
the a
g .t)n centenary. '. F. L :S
'. day '" the yea; -- HIV' which there isnt "
#10.00 'ic-ulturt for either of conduct.-Paatu TI..H..raId.
Journal I lim-ludinj, : Sundays one year. !l cent effort and deserves all the ail'a! ,'tnsti'dt.n.Ferry whose ,
man .
DN OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily 'I praise it is receiving and we are g'.ai"; : .------- -- -- J a more competent
1 TilE' -- lam has been mentioned as a pos- ;Attorney General Ellis.
1 the young orator is receiving so main
itm candidate. ilr. Barco is one of:: Attorney General Ellis has made
1 bouquets while he is yet in tt>> flesh
,, ,,"""' ..HIF" .md can enjoy: then. Seeds tit best known men in Florida. In I the application and the supreae court!
are not aa expert'iaea service in private life. every writ of adamuigrinst
public or has granted a m <
t,but with proper cnltivatioa.they I
i M IWKIPTIOX! PAYABLE l\ .UV.LYrr Mayor John D. Robertson, pro tens. assure success act has been such as to endear him the Atlantic Coast Uae **
from the start. Users have no
-- ----- -- continues to hold the scales of justice doubts at planting nor disappointments to hose with whom he came in contact which the corporation is giv_ until I

with a steady and impartial hand. He at hanest. Get and should he announce as a I"" 2Sth inst., to show cause! way ::1
AdJrtH All Orders to
is oems: complimented upon his administration 111 andidate for a state office, his per. should not put its roadtad. ..ui!}

OCALA BANNER of the law. 1 1for s ana) and political friends in every 'Lent, tracks etc. in Meaait r -

THE section; of Florida will give him loyal -
FLORIDA. The first day of February: was as ,uppon and the man who measures I
OCALA, surest, best
bright and beautiful as a May morn- at all biggest Ccalrrs. Iamous for crops OTCT strength[ with Hon. J. ). Barco will j jhave eral Bill to make good ais eaarc *

----------- ing. Florida has a monopoly on the 50 years. lVO7S.* dAx nal as an opponent a gentleman I ind we believe te'H ced. Hera's
on reqnesi.O.
a1 IIC111YTIONS PAYABLE IX ADVANCE weather. She has all other sections M. FERRY AC( ., j I'against whose good name and characer ',hoping, a1yhoy.bdi50n 1'rw tin

rotched. Detroit,Mich. ;ItI not one word can truthfully be' terpn=e.


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2. The alternative writ fails to show 'I, I, __ __ 1' i.iki .

any legal duty resting upon the de- ,!!i Here are a few lines for your kick ;Worked on Pitch Dark Nights as Well I t l S t u f fa/ ,, ,, ; r-

STATE CAPITAL. ;fendant with which it has failed to'' column: I as by Daylight. 111 I,1 Illutl

J IJ Ii I I comply.2. The] allegations of facts in said I:I Do you know there's lots of people, I Two totally blind; men have built a I tl/111 r $STNO RiSV&ROC J rO 'kix: ; "

JJ alternative writ contained are too i I Settin' 'round in every town, (house for themselves at Berkley. Cal.. t Itll & //N

J Ir Story of the Battle Flags of the "Storm Cradled Nation That vague, uncertain and indefinite to be ':Growlin' like a broody chicken, doing all the carpenter work them- (! -- I -
I what- ''1 MASANieXOCO: 'iI ,if
Fell." ,. i replied to by this respondent. '| Knocking every good thing down sehes without any assistance i & "" A&M

F iI 4. The said prayer by the alternative :Don't you be that kind of cattle I ever. Tllil 1

i I writ do not show on its face !| 'Cause they ain't no use on earth, !: It is a co-incidence that both these I ,,..t {Litt t11 ilthlc

, t .I what acts the defendant must perform j i I You just be a booster rooster- ;men are named Joseph Joseph I +..'d % B t t 1t Ly.,, f, ,+ ,,1'ar II /
Miss Jefferson Bell. .
By I IEl't''lal :
so that the court could ascertain that i Crow an' boost for all you're worth. |I Brown and Joseph :Martinez. The I, ., fly p.i i:
; to the Ocala Banner: 2. Battle fag of the Sixth Florida 'its orders have been complied with. I I Mechanics ; tit A' Ilh
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Tallahassee, Feb. 1.-The crying Infantry, captured by private Otis The railroad commission had an- ,'''If: your town needs boostin' boost'er: ] : : '

need for more room at the statehouse Smith, Company G, 95th Ohio Volunteer -I other busy week with hearings and Don't hold back an' wait to see -''one and a half stories high and constructed !' 9 "F' I

will be dwelt upon by Hon. H. Clay Infantry, at the battle of Brent- I[I issuing orders. ::If some other feller's willin'- | entirely of wood. It is 1st! i !

Crawford in his annual report, now wood Hill, near Nashville, Tenn., I The following cases were disposed : Sail right in, this country's free, :'feet wide by 25 feet long.As j ji ii ** ii: 1 J

In the hands of the state printer. In I December 16, 1864. I of: I!'No one's got a mortgage on it. i the builders are sightless the I I N .
discussing! the matter several days 3. Battle flag of the Eighth Florida Peacock and Little against the At- Irs just yours as much as his; work necessarily progressed slowly. ,i .. I

ago Mr. Crawford said: "The state- ,Infantry, captured by Sargeant Thomas lantic Coast Line railway for refusalto If your town' is shy on boosters, From eariy morning until frequently !

: Jjoose is entirely inadequate, we really Horan 72nd New York Volunteers, act as common carrier-fine ordered i,, You get in the boostin' biz. ,long after sunset the two men toiled I I OCK f

haven't any more ruom than we ,3rd Excelsior Brigade. SHIH.i 'i ,patiently at their task. The shades i' k ,

, ba ..
for all these fellows now on this Infantry, captured in the battle of Seaboard Air Line railway for same An'the world seems kinder wrcug.What's noonday and midnight are equally I !'f'" c

floor! had offices in the basement then I Sailors' Creek, April 6, 1865, by 1st I offense-fine ordered $;;OtJ. the matter with a boostin' dark to them and out of the blackness 'I i ':\I

-aow they are-" "all on the level," sergeant A A. Clapp, Company G, S. S. Coffin, of Pasco, against the < Just to help the thing along? 'came the song of the aw and the Say FED; ROCK

I supplemented.! "Yes, that is it," 2nd Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry, Atlantic Coast Line ailway, for refusal : ,;Cause if things should stop agom', :hlows of the hammer to the passt>rby.1! ,

be assented with a smile. "The build- 1st Brigade, 3rd Cavalry Division, 1 to act as common carrier-fine !II I We'd be in a sorry plight i who heard but saw no workmen. j pnd say : '- 'LAN.for

lug should have had a third story, because i General Custer commanding odeed I 1000. :You just keep that horn ablowin' i I From day to day the work has been .
: '
iniltat ." ".! .. '
i! the lot is too small for any other 5. Battle fag of the Eleventh Flor Two cases wee dismissed and one j Boost 'er up with all your might. curiously watched by crowds, includ .'t I, '- -
". additions, but I would oppose add- ,ida Infantry, captured in the battle of 'was continued until February 15. j i ing many carpenters. The general 'f. .'.1. "' .'.,1.' ", r7t

ing another story now, for I have Sailors' Creek, Virginia, April C, 1SC3 The commission will leave Monday I'Iy you see some feller rryin'For I work is pronounced as good as that ",/_#. ;.

gone through the experience of one by 1st Lieutenant A. T. Lamfere, 1 for Gainesville and south Florida .to make some project go, I performed by many builders who are I II ,+ v

remodeling and have no desire for Company B, 1st Connecticut Cavalry, :points to make investigations in a !And you can boost it up a trifle; j blessed with perfect eyesight. -

another like it." Mr. Crawford's suggestion 1st Brigade, 3rd Cavalry Division, I number! of matters that have been ; That's your cue to let him know I Brown and Martinez were not blind t "I--

is to erect a building in ore General Custer commanding. 1 brought before it, among them being i{That you're not agoin' to knock it :from their birth, but were deprived t'r";' Sold at all grtncritit ., ;:.n

neighborhood for the supreme court 6. Batle flag of the Fifth Florida an investigation of the necessity of {I 1 Just because it ain't your "shout," |Hof their sight many years ago. They hordes, ind 01 daa:7t:

and the railroad commission, which Infantry, captured in the battle of I:an union depot at Gainesville. i But, you're goin' to boost a little, were door to door peddlers for manyyears a! 'it ..,...1 -. ,...1.: ,
would give ample room for the pres- Infantry, captured in the battle cf i i i Cause he's: gui the best thing out.u and managed in the course of tJ: :

ent. There are three available lots Sailor's Creek, April <', ISby: Private -I "Twinkle Twinkle" in Boston. i iI I I I time to accumulate snug sums of t. :tI'",""'i,..

nearly, one directly north of the Daniel Woods, Comply: K, 1st I ; If you know some feller's failin's, |money that were wisely deposited in Ii"",."l.',',",,I j-

statehouse, one opposite, known as Virginia Veteran Voluntefr Cavalry, i I "Miss Emersonia Osgoodson will' Just forget 'em for you know bank. At the time of the great fire in m': *LrII....":'/!.,.

the armory lot and a lot owned by 3rd Brigade, 3rd Cava: .ly Division, now give a recitation,' 'announced the The same feller's got some good points San Francisco these men lost everything r H

.Mrs. David S. Walker, southeast of General Custer commanding.! ,teacher to the friends who had as- Them's the ones you want to show, save their little bank accounts

the capital. All these lots are only 7. Flag of the Apalachicola Guards. sembled in the school room to enjoy ; "Cast your loaves out on the waters, Recently they pooled their holdings I -

the distance of the width of the Colonel Fred Robertson told me the regular Friday afternoon exer- !| They'll come back a sayin' true, purchased a small lot in Berkle and

street from the capital grounds. some interesting stories of the old cises. i.Mebbe they will come back "buttered," some lumber. They then set to work .I

Adjutant General Foster in his battle flags. Particularly interestingwas Miss Emersonia stood forth and i, When some feller boosts for you. resolutely and have built them t'ln': > I 4M

sf report will call attention to the need the story of the missing of the recited as follows: I,I-Booster in Jacksonville Metropolis.How la, house. i

cf a state arsenal at some central Third Florida. At some engagement "Corruscate, Corruscate, diminutive ---- I II } Mi
tci" Buy a Horse. TRIBUTE TO LEE. .
and accessible point. At present all where the Confederate forces suffered stellar'orb'!! j.
If you want to buy a horse don'tbelieve ----
the military stores are kept in the defeat, Samuel Spalding. the color How inexplicable to me seems the j I 1.f .
your own brother. Take noman's I (By Father Ryan.I j i
basement of the capitol greatly to bearer, tore the flag from its staff, stupendous problem ol thy existence I j I '
[ word for it. Your eye is your Out of its scabbard! Never hand!
the inconvenience of the adjutant stuffed it into the bosom of his II'
I|.market The weak point of a horse Waved sword from stain as frt-". =
t general and everybody concerned. shirt. That night a comrade, McRae, Elevated to such an immeasurable ; f
tI [t can better be discovered while stand- Nor purer sword led braver ban.! r I
I Twice a year when the uniforms are sat between him and the sentry while distance in the limitable depths {('i
fug than 'while moving. If he is Nor braver bled for a brighter land.) i -
received from the war depatment, it Spaulding lay on the ground and quilted of space, apparently in a perpendicular -I 1 ly .
sound he will stand firmly and No brighter land had cause as can,i \
is necessary to convert the hall of the gag into his jacket inside of direction from the terraqueous tq :K. "
f r Nor cause a chief like Lee'' .I ..., ) "J.
the house of representatives into a the lining. After wards:: they made planet we occupy! ;mov-ing .: .
fl f military supply depot, and until after their escape and Spaulding carriedthe Resembling in thj dazzling and unapproachable !|.:the ground, with legs plump and naturally I By Lord Wol&ley.1I t .. J;. .j. 1 I IM'

l ft the shipments are out of the build flag proudly back to his com- i effulgence a cystalliz-1 I have ."1 :..
ff t poised. If the foot is lifted I met many of the great 11.II ( :: tb
ing it sounds like the battle of Bull mand. ed carton gem of unsurpassing i 'tfIJ
j'from the ground and the weight taken ,of my time but Lee alone miprt ,>. d! .'\ f
f Run was going on upstairs. At the battle of Brentwood Hills I brilliancy and impenetrability : ..\ 'bp..M" '
.from it, disease may be suspected or |aie with the feeling that I was in 'h t t.\at I, i iv
ti There is a movement on foot to the First and Third had been engaged glittering in the ethereal vault, !|'.I of a man who '.. ;, .II
I at least tenderness which is precursor was cast !n a
f fl i build an arsenal in Jacksonville, ad- but were thrown back in reserve. whose boundless immensity we !i of disease. If the horse stands I grander model and made of .llff"f'J' I '_

l mitedly the most accessible point in General Forrest rode up and asked endeavor to bring within the compass ,'' I
land finer metal
than all
i I .'with his feet ,spread apart there is a !n'" fli
l l way the flag was not at the font and of the human intellectual
I the state, which will serve as an ar- He is
I stamped
'weakness in his loins. Never buy a upon my mniort. > ,
f l't 'i mory for the local militia and also as started to take it from Spaulding, grasp by the use of the concrete | I .. ,
'being apart and superior to all nh!
< !
I horse in harness. Unhitch him and -1 1I I
t a state arsenal. Naturally the headquarters who drew back saluted and said, "I'll term firmament! j I. LJ'3
every way a man with whom :
I |take everything off but his halter and I 1m ntln '
r of the adjutant general put the flag wherever you say. Sir- i,-Philadelphia Evening Telegram.The i II
ever knew and few of
t lead him around. If he has the spavin very whomI
tf rR
f would be established there, a precedent I I'll carry it as far as any man livingcan. above is a first cousin to a I! ( have
read be
are la--fu
worthy to
I' or is stiff, or any other failingyou I Manufactured by THE RED ROCK
set by the New York and ether ." So impressed with his tone and poetical effusion, that recently emanated -I
iA can see it. Back him too. Some COMPANY, Jacksonville! Florida
leading states. j look was the general that he said, saluting from the pen of an Ocala pub- 1----1 \
I I I j horses show their tricks then, when -
; ; General Foster has received and "I beg your pardon. Sir"- 'licist.
I He was a foe without hate, a .in.n.twithout
II|they don't other time. Be
I I I I any as -
placed in the hall at the head of turned and rode away. Whether the I
f i j smart as you know how and you may tracbery, a soldier wunout ;
fL L U the stair in the capitol a handsome j brave Spaulding was killed in battle More Than Two Blades cf Grass :,' cruelty FSM11
II make: mistakes. A horse may look
case in which will be displayed the l I did not learn, but at the battle cf Where One Blade Grew. SHREDDED CODFISH
,;very nice and go a great pace and yet
I, flags of Florida. The last legislature )Nashville, John. W. Kellum, 1 believe A victor without CHOPS.
!have fits. You can't tell it till something oppression a
r I It made an appropriation for a suitable ,! the father of John W. Kellum, I victim without I M.lr! t.aif mini ..
t '. Mr. La Salle A. Maynard tells "The :!! happens. He may have a weak murmuring j
l for the which returned :secretary of the boarS! of control was ,
case flags were all Ii ,
'wu tabl
j i He was Christian without h < .M i :
It I i Story of a Seedless Orange" in the back. Give him the whip and off' he a peracy

by the general government. The 'color bearer. When the Confederates I' World Today for January, Mrs. Lu-'I goes for a mile or two; then suddenly and a man without g'n1!' I'hOpph! onion. "IMI

t' \ case is of heavy glass plate joined !:began to reteat he tore the fag from 'I I He rlnUtes. add run
ther C. Tibbits, of California, obtained he stops. After a rest he starts was a Caesar without his: .,n! i ll.
;. by a narrow frame of oxydized bronze. :its staff and to save it from falling I I tion; lal'rlt'l"pfMJnfula ::1oil
again, but he for
in 1S72 four orange shoots from soon steps good.
I The lase is of marble which furnishes ,into alien hands tore it into bits I' I Frederick without his nun'IN v. add on. < '
the agricultural department at Washington and nothing but a derrick could move tr. a: :n j
ji background for a plate inscribed in ,which were trampled into the snow without his !m.at.r.. stir
Napoleon selflshntr. 'II.
s sent there by William F. Jud- [him. A bad tempered horse willi i i
f in large letters, "Florida Battle'that was red with the blood of the .. i' '' -.iuth. tii.
+ son, American consul at Bahia Bra i keep his ears thrown back. A kicker ; Washington without bisr 't\.1 ; l' i
Flags." I i dead and dying. Thus was lost the I iplul BEARbSLK
zil. They were presented to him by a.[L'will have scarred legs. A stnmbler :> ..3
Here will le displayed trie tattered, I I battle Gag of the Third Florida. : SHREDDED CODFK-.il
J\" native who had several shoots of a i jttill have blemished knees.-Inland OUR FUNNY LANGUAGE.
faded rags, torn by shot and shell I aspoonful English I.. ; .
Farmer.I .
seedless orange three growing in a i

" and stained by the blood of southern i I! The Atlantic Coast Line railway I swamp on the Amazon. \:1: lake a :--.\ ;-", # tablespoonful w :'. : '

; bt'rol'iI.round' them sluster mem-i Pr, stir: and cook 1Lr.
Ir I:company, through its attorneys, filed I Mrs. Tibbits brought the infant tree I I The Editor's Rata You say '\ou\t -\\ +.m; r rn <
( ones: too hallowed and sacred to bej motion in the I trs, add one ,
a supreme court Tuesday -:carefully home and her husband planted i Y sir nails you trn: egtrpr. ,1
Let me but do work from
i my day
into words. The colors of "the !
li.xturt- on a flat '
I|. to quash the alternative writ of them in the garden. One died, another j Fut they're no' t l.m: : : "
i I today
('ftda storm cradled nation that fell. mandamus i whn cold form th.'ion .
granted in the proceedings i And milk skirt ; I
!Iclt I\' The battle Sags in the custody of : was chewed up by a predatorycow j iln i field or forest, at the desk or loom, I, you in small -
brought recently by Attorney General :I- port
but two lived, and five later :vernun
the in 1904 i years In roaring market place or tranquilroom .
adjutant general were the:
Ellis :'L" c an
to compel it to perform its duties -!produced sixteen These M\! egg m. :
battle flags of the Second Florida :, oranges. ; 'h ,
I; JIll. t'lt'
i hal"ru"
: as a common carrier. Tae motion HN n 'words .>ak,
teen golden globes and their im ie- : : Y'I n j'
Let but find it in heart
Regiment, of the Fifth Florida, of the me my to ,
i. : dip hem ,' .
will be agueu in the courtlondav: (diate successors produced r .':;altsj I Tni< woni'K! ; >kIt : i:
I j
Ninth Florida previously the Sixth I I sayiWhen .
i February. and is as tollu- : The:.'comparable only inalup to the fa- |I I a nose you {weahIt' over with
Florida Battalion the i vagrant wishes beckon me astray ,
regimental flagsof ,
State of Florida ex real W. H. r.- 'r crumb> .,>,
Ellis ;
; never twoK.
,:Ill--:: *!<>covery of another kind of !I
the First and Fourth Florida Regiments i!i' General. '..ruin, '141'k ligtr
Attorney vs. the Atlantic I N( r can seek
gild ill Su-t'-r's null: .an-i l brought you
;, :ace j i"This i, ,
L and the headquarters flag of 1 :: my work-my blessing not i' ii Mae and ,
;Coast railway H'r"
company.And And
fame anal no small fortune to their j i ay jouveol!- n.
doom. ,
the Florida Brigade in the western my frills
now comes the defendant in I lucky oune- | I

army. i i I[the above entitled cause and mores The could be i j If a top you :pin. 0. K. GROCERY.
"f'I't In March 1905 Hon. William It Taft.iwcrtary i to quash the alternative new orange produced | Ran Rheumatic Sufferers. F"!. ,' -
of under !, writ ot mandamus : cay! by budding, and the first buds I The quick relief from pain afforded The:: top is spun .
war acting a joint
issued therein upon the fol'owing -|' Chamberlain's Pain A hart-
!! sold a* Si each and later at $5 a ; by applying you skin 1aFim1
rt'lIo.nion of I "
congress returned to : d' Bjalm, makes it a favorite with suf- sTa
groun : Yt 'ris not skua : .
dozen. One box of naval
Florida the following! flags: j I oranges I ferers from \
!i 1. The facts alleged in the 1 rheumatism sciatica, .
.bl said alternative -' : I Nor can grin. .
"" a
in 1 then the annual
grown ; ; since .
1. The battle flag of the St''ond' lame back, lumbago, and deep seated
: writ do not constitute a I('proJuct has million boxes i'and muscular For sale all ; Be ever grun
Flt'ri'a Inf.iiurv.1 .,. .. I risen n two ,, pains. by I
11 :1':'" :!, : :. :!':ti! 'rizii Tn. r..efq i '. ,druggists. m
nit and the two trees which the cow did iI j i, r eedliam(
I. n..t I t ('flew have multiplied to over four jn j I If ae forget, f.
,. : Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler are
: :" ." The original parent tree I i Th n we've for,'>;'-u ; ,
again ensconced in their paiatial man-
duct I' i Ii::!: :n 1903 was transferred to the j I i 'Yif we bet.
sion at Palm Beach for the season. i
3e .; ., ".. and at the Glenwood hotel at i j \\e haven't bet*en; Tlje) Plumber
Mr and Mrs. Flagler entertain'.
!K -dp.: CaL President Roosevelt NJ ;douse we 7et
he." i lavishly at their winter home, where i I
1 a.MM.!! .: :n the ceremony of transplanta-i Is ever letten, I I god fins
i' r ,rt their arrival is always hailed with delight fitter
LladIJ. ". /" \ v'iv 1 : ,to !T.asr :year the tree bore two I What we upset, I ,
by all Palm Beachites and guestsof
T \ xV V Vij| m. :-- uI choice fruit, which, of Is ever upsetten.
the hotels. the
i>i 1\>' -..1ere expressed to the Whiten says Now, don't you think
i .j. L *l* iV I tt": southern California alone vocate. I i Our language rotten? I

I \ $' J""''t is invested in citrus fruit -Dorothyy McCanlass. .
'.. A Valuable! Lesson. MAS OPENED -
curt MOUNTAIN HERBS; ,('ui'! >r.. Chiefly or oranges, and in re- I "Six years ago I learned a valuable "S NEW

jar* lesson" writes John Pleasant ofj I The cf Fate. f '
} I !Magnolia, Ind. "I then began taking j Speaking of the irony of fate, the CORNER OF rt
Dr. King's New Life Pills, and the I I i
Nature's Own Remedy II 1 fopriS's v. h race F. Parks and Mr. and i longer I take them the better I find prize donated to the Indiana Univer-J i I SPENCER BLOCK WITH A

VI1onard Parks, were in Ocala':1 them." They please everybody. Guar- I sity by Col. Bryan has just been won i i !

1", anteed at Tydings & Co.. druggists m by a Filipino student in effort FULL
: <; and were registered at the ; i an opposing LINE OF SANITARY
A SUN, safe lasting cure far Constipation. Biliousness Dyspepsia. Rheumatism !iI j I the government of''I II f
h-it'a Mouse.
< The'Went down I ownership I
Kidney troubles. InJi;;eation. etc It is pun>vegetable, poSitiveb : a '
f. contains neither alcuhol, mercury nor cakimel Write for \aluable medical information ,(*ai':..-._' and took a peep at the fa- I A handsome line of Ladies' toilet j railroads.-omaha Bee. I.I AND MODERN PLUMBING
(frif you suier from any symptom!of the above named disorders. articles, manicure se: :*. etc !j
nil u- Silver Springs and returning x TYDINGS; & CO. ', I t

Six Month's Treatment $1.00 aye -a I leu ,n the afternoon Seaboard for I Kill the corn and pea weevil and : GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF
ep Frruadra Tampa The gentlemen attracted the gopher by using Carbon Bisul i \ e
1:1 Large Supply of :phide: 25 cents. FIRST CLASS
: Also toll direct or at all dealers in:5c and 50c. packages considerable attention by virtue of s. TYDINGS & CO. SANITARY ,t
i* MOUNTAIN HERB CO., Hnoxville. Tenn. bean,: midgets. Although small of 4 CITRUS STOCK PLUMBING
99 t cALL ON HIM.|
statue they were well and compactly I! At Give Away Prices \ call has been issued to form a ;
aunu built were well dressed and distinguished j! 10 CENTS UP. sate bar association and the local I I j.

c... .For sate: iiy looking. But for his size one Write bar ia. Jacksonville is preparing to The people of .

f-fif of them bore a striking resemblance CHIPCO NURSERIES. banquet the lawyers of the Redlands, California, I
Fla. .nti- want
CG Ocala to
Tydings & onopol) Drug Store, Ocala, Fla. cut out the
Ito Senator Bailey, of Texas ,1-11-lm Interlachen, Fla. that city next Tuesday. They should winter i
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-1. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Lamb and A. L. Perry is attached a schedule of fixtures and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

'" It was ordered that the following furniture, be accepted and that the I LETTERS PATENT. ,I

\t, notice be published as required by law, chairman of this board be and net is !i ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Ocala Fla., Feb. 4. ISO" .
1 viz: hereby authorized to execute the said I Notice is hereby given that on the "

4 The Hoard of County Commissioners As per the requirement of the' constitution agreement on behalf of the county : 9th day of )March 1907 the under

) t>t Marlon county. Florida met in reg- of Florida, notice is hereby commissioners of Marion county, Fla." I signed will apply to the HonorableW.

given that the board of county commissioners The resolution was adopted. S. Bullock, judge of the circuit
ular Mon this date. Present, Jno.
+e on
j of Marion county Florida will The following justices of the peace I court of Marion county, at Ocala OUR CLUB LIST I
1. K'ltrards, chairman; X. A. .Fort S. I' Florida, for his endorsement and ape
apply to the next ensuing legislature reported fines and costs imposed as i
It. I*)le.. C. W. Turner and J. M. Math- : of Florida for special legislation to follows: "proval of a proposed charter of a
social organization to be known as
, ewi commissioners. legalize and validate all warrants issued D. L. Grantham fines $5; costs I The Pulaski Club the proposed char .
the Board of Commissioners $7.20::! R S. Smith fines, $50 costs I
f Minutes of the last meeting and of by County : :
I ter of which is now on file in the
of Marion county, Florida for $18.78: M. H. Rou. fines $10: costs ALL *L BSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX ADVANCEWEEKLY.
- th- iiieetlngs In December, 1906, were I ,office of the clerk of the circuit court
- i work and materials in constructing the li .H: County: Judge Joseph Bell, fines, of Marion county, Florida; the object I

r.\.1| .,nti al''I' \'e-.J. I courthouse at Ocala. Florida, for county $10< ; cost, $31.13: ; R. C. Douglas fine, i of the said corporation is, to forma I .H

: purposes. $133. social organization among the ;

... part"I John L. Edwards Chairman.J. The following: justices" reported no I young men of Ocala, Florida, and in :

and M. Mathews, fines imposed viz.! J. O. Turnipseed. neighboring towns and villages! in !
I.r..ua-ht, to the notice of the board '
N. A. Fort, II. W. Douglas, W. W. Jackson, Alex- Marion: county, Florida to establish :
uii. was referred to Attorney Hocker. ,
C. W. Turner.S. ander Wynne. and maintain club rooms. reading &sli
It .vas ordered that Will Johnson be t tI
R. Pyles Commissioners. I County treasurer filed his report as rooms. game rooms and in general! .
I' fen l tad the sum of $3 as road tax I
collected.I Ocala Fla., Feb. 5. 1907. follows: I carry on a social club business tha ,
iH'i-i, iperly County Treasurer's Report I is not inconsistent with nor in violation THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER
I ,tax ordered that the matter of To the Hon. County Commissioners; The SemiWeekly -
of the laws of Florida.
School Fund-Receipts, $2734.51: disbursements -! f r
..h-tu4 ting the road near Standard Jacksonville Times I ni
GentlemenIn accordance with your $2199.30; balance, $535.21. I J. G. BLITCH one year 1.50;

I.. 1.1 erred to Commissioner Mathews. request I submit a proposition for the Road Fund-Receipts. $2119.47: disbursements ROYAL E. COLE. l
T'. matter of fencing the road thro' MARCUS FRANK i .1 THE lYE.EKLY. BANNER and, The Thrice-
full and general supervisions all $1898.20: balance. $221.27.

t I .'R.iu': i MillerV property was referred to your work inclusive of con.;!tations County Proper-Receipts, $1967.55; II III Wm. C. DUNN i'ri a-Week New York World, one year . 1.63;
with to act. I
ittitn' 'nsMoner Pyles. power 2-S ROBT. D. MATHEWS
I in all matters pertaining to courthouse disbursements" $1900.00: balance. $67.55. i
U ii J. M. Mathews tiled his reporti'im' Fine and Forfeiture Fund-I".eceipts. i THE OC.\WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly
1 : : that he had inspected the road arrangements NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
5347.46: disbursements. $1451.04: bal y Atlanta Constitution one . . $1..5
i in' nod been changed by Mr. Alfred LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S V year. .
I agree to attend to all of the abo"etor ance. $3896.42.

Av.i and found it in very bad condi- the sum of $120::! permonth. from Social P.oad-P.eceipts. $;25.66; LAND. 7fi THE _\ .\ WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
!II'.11 and recommended that the board
December. 1906. which date was the bursements. 0; balance $725.66. diS-1
r. Ar.- too accept the same, which report time that the charge was made: and Eunlding Fund-Receipts. $1308.49:1 Notice is hereby given that on UIH I Semi-Weekly Journal, one year. . . 1.75
....Iuptt'll.It I 12th of March D. I will ,
\.1 day A. 1S07
while I know that the above amount is disbursements." $239.13 balance.
.\d : ordered that Mr. Goolsby. and $969.26.1,apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell. : Li 1 THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner -
a very low one and much lower than Total receipts. $14203.14: disburse-
! ,.1 l lhers! who have placed obstruc- customary fr such work yet my prop ments.. $;787.67: balance. $6415.47. county judge in and for Marion county W.-J.( Bryan's Paper,) one year.1.50(
II..Htreex and logs in the ditches on state of Florida, at his office in :Q
osition stands good that if this amountin Board thereupon adjourned until their I
I II' i rahatnville road be instructed tonni'Ve make Ocala in said county, for an order I THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo I
your judgment is too much to next regular! meeting.S. .
trees logs,. authorizing as guardian of the minor -
such obstructions me ,
E ii at once.It it what seems more satisfactory to T. Sistrunk. Clerk. heir of the estate of A. C. McKinney -' t:3: i Blade ( Weekly) one year . . . . 1.50
you gentlemen and it will be perfectly
bills deceased to sell at private sale
ordered that all justice :
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satisfactory to me. "OLD GRIMES" HOUSE BURNED. (iq THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Savannah
h, r. t.ifi.ro refused, before the coming I t I the following property belonging to'

t mi i ,fleet of the new law, be paid. Yours truly. George MacKay. I said estate. to-wit : The undivided interest Weekly News one year. . . . .1.73;
of Bond of Isiah Fort as mark and A Landmark of Hubbardston, Mass., is I of the minor Dora McKinney in':,
itaJl ordered that the complaint J
and to the lots numbered one and :
1r I brand approved. Destroyed.
\1 r. Rou. that the road from Mr. Friday's inspector
Cld Grimes is dead that old two, of block two, range three of ,
closed be referred dis- good can DAILY. F FI
property was Bond of W. D. Mathews justice
Goss Addition to the city of Ocala.
We never shall see him cote '
j t., romralssloner Turner. trict No. Z, was approvedBond He u oi to wear a long black coat i Marion county. state of Florida. b'J

Hoard thereupon adjourned until of J. G. Dennison, constable All buttoned down before. Said land belonging to the estate of

'l' u. -day morning. 8 o'clock. district No. 3, was approved. the said A. C. McKinney deceased. : D I THE OC.LD.HLY BANNER and The Daily Savannah
Hubbardston, Mas., Feb. 5.-The :to be sold for the best interest of i : .

s! Tuesday, February 5th Bond of Geo. J. flitch. notary public, "Old Grimes" house.one of the landmarks I.said minor heir. f. } News, one year . . . . $12.! )O

be- was approved of Hubbardston was destroyedby This Cth day of February, 1907. I THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily
>, I iu.trd re-convened all members Pension claim of Mrs. Jane B. Child- I 2-8-5t MARIAH McKINNEY.
Tlni: t.rr -nt.imiHsloner. I I the board. fire today. Everett II. Felton and Guardian. Jacksonville Times-Lnlon, one year.$12.50u
ers was approved by
.. made his report I his who lived the :
Pyles in
< family house
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Pension claim of Mrs Margaret .
I TilE 0.11..1 DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta i
..f tn,' |>o< r farm which report is as barely escaped death. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
Whitehead was approved. !
t..I Itt Bond of Geo. H. Dorr inspector of The house was built in 1761 by Joseph t! ,:g t Journal, one year . . . . .S.50
County Farm Report I will be at the following places on
marks and brands, district No. 26. was Grimes. whose son Ephriam, time specified to receive returns of i Journal ( including Sunday) one 'ear. '10.00

'1'. :he hoard of County Commissioni approved. was made famous by Albert Gordon property and agricultural statistics. V THE OCALA DAILY: BANNER and Atlanta Daily
Marion county Florida; Gentlemen Bond of A. J. White ferryman at
Greene in the song, "Grimes is Save trouble by bringing deeds or last i
I vlhlted the poor farm for the White's ferry, was approved. .
tax receipt never trust to memory -I
!1'1"111 i of January. Mrs. Burgess one Bond of C. Waterman, ferrymanat Dead.: in making tax returns.

.f in inmates who had been in very Starke's ferry, was approved. The loss is estimated at $2.000. I February. I

Feb. 1st. The otheriiiinatrH. Lund of J. L. Tucker road overseer, i -
t.a.l I: -alth. Bird on --- Central S, a. m. I MJ !:...

right In number, five of which was approved. NOTICE. Geiger S p. m. I
tu whit and three black are doing Bond of W. M. Deas, road overseer I I McIntosh 9. ALL M'BSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ADVANCE

-\i. >*.lInJ'ly'tII., except as to Mr. was approved. I The annual meeting of the Stockholders Shady 11 a. m. -- --

J.i..h-.n. who was quite poorly but Is Bond of J. F. Parker, road overseer of the Barker Chemical Company I Santos 11, p. m.
will be held at-the office of the Address All Orders to
"n"i.l *rably better now. being able to was approved. I Belleview 12.

tt ..rk about the premises. They are Bond of S. J. McCully, road overseer, company in Rockwell. Marion County Perdo 13, a. m.

I"Into: well fared for and seem to be was approved. Florida on Levon 13, p. m. THE OCALA BANNER
road Tuesday, February 19, 1907, Summerfield 14.
happy.t.nd. Bond of V. M. Seckinger. overseer a. m. ,
was approved.It at 10:30 a. m. Candler 15, a. In. -
I the tarm abundantly provided
MUM torn, fodder, oat:. s\\eet potatoes, was ordered that a warrant for Secretary. Ocklawaha 15, p. m. I

loa, gym. lard and syrup for the season. $40 be drawn in favor of Mr. K. H. Rockwell, Fla.. January 21st. 1207. Eastlake 16 a. m. I
Sanders, who paid for the scrapingand I Weirsdale 1C, p. m.
Tim hair u fine garden promising 1-25: ; ALL M'BSCRlPTlOyS: PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Linadale IS, a. m.
of the bridge at Dunneellun
plenty vegetables etc., twenty acres
I st .lnh'.1 In 'a.1I1. which are up and look- and the clerk was requested: to NOTICE. Moss Bluff 19, a. m.
Electra 19! m.
Jr nice twenty-six head of hogs and make out an account and submit same p.
Lynne 20, from 8 to 10 a. ra.Grahamvllle .
.i\ lK,, and quite a good prospect for bacon before the board of county commissioners -i The annual meeting of the Stock. 20, from 1: to 2 p. M. ___ _ _._n _ _
for another )rar. : of Citrus county, Florida, for holders of the Standard & Herdando Connor 20 from 2 to :3 p. m.

1 would recommend that the board their part of said expenses. Railroad Company will be held at the Churchill 21, p. m.
of two Following is the estimate filed by Mr. office of the in Rockwell,
buy about 130: peach trees some company Eureka 22, a. m.
K< od t'arl'arletl\' to be planted out IGt'OrgelacKa}' with reference to payment Marion county, Florida on Daisy 22 p. m.

In the same lot of land and between the :. of the sum of J6413.20: ::! to M. T. Tuesday, February 19, 1907, i Fort McCoy 2:, a. m. Florida East Coast Railway
Lewman & Co: at 11:00 a.
l-can!< I rather advise the planting m.RALPH Anthony 25.

of le>< acreage of corn pinders and Ocala. Ha., Feb.: 3th. 1907. BARKER Sparr 26 a. m. Local Time Card No. ,.. I la Effect Jwnry >,1 IW. .
other fit-Id crops, and fertilize and cuI-I Marion county. Florida, in account Secretary. Pine (school house) 26, p. m.

livatr r+n a more extensive line and I IIt.tlu..t' with M. T. Lewman & Co.. contractors Rockwell Fla., January 31st, 1907. I Orange Springs 27, p. m. SOUTHBOUND-READ: DOW NORTPIBOUND .READ IT*.

tlie- of hired "help.Thi l'Un tractors. 1-23 Citra 23. !lu:9J:'o.3ito.R9o.23 ,o. 11J H 'IS.. II"ally
cost ......:: o. o.
I New I Ocala. all of March. Dally; Dally STATIONS I D..11 DaUI' lJlIlIlDall,
Estimate No. 7 on Dally/ \
fir't'isit as com- Approximate ItS
being my For Rheumatic: Sufferers.The The law requires all tax returns to _- 2 _' f IS 1.t i! ll.-I-
mt"?ioner In charge chile looking over Courthouse :Jfi 4 Sri a :i'8!' tAw Lv........... J.ckjOO'Ule.\r 7 : ", i iu M 7 4aa a hOrn
quick relief from pain afforded be in by 1st of April. ..... .. .a'S?<( \\I 2AIC... .. ...... "_ ....
things x-rtalning to the farm, I could Excavations . . .$ ;52000Concrete ;:: QutI1Jackooullie..L': : 9u. .m.: 7 S'tr
b> applying Chamberlain's Pain ALFRED AVER 9 !OFv 5 4>si4 10 4C*\ 910u,1,, ............:'r. .hl 6 :! w 6.a +1 I.;; E.a 73+1,7
but admire the taste displayed in the work and lintels. S300 00 Balsa makes it a favorite with sufferers 1-11 Asse sor.ADMINISTRATOR'S .. .. 6 1-vw 11 ISi! .. ....._..... gt r4..g'"I' 3r............ 34.us .. _
plan for the laying out of the farm Backfilling . . . 1S6 00 from rheumatism: sciatica.lamE' -::0 is'II 6 3&>V-U :ijA" 9 6CU LY.Ev: ;".lh..... .1.1" 5 :'py 6 4tC 6 :::",... I twI

I') 4vx -0 7 r F 12GO.N -Ju-l ............_ ; _....... :--
and the several lots and fields which . 10S 50 :x.ir. Pr.nts .., :I.v 4 wT5 Tu\IIo-41)
Damp proof course. back lumbago and deep seated NOTICE OF 9_soar 4 5V\; ll10,* SJKui I.,........ ....P..tk.! ......_._. .-1": 7 Ocr 7 Or'P'! S 11.a.. 6 blur
i Mm debiRiied and directed icy that Brick work. . . 9300 00 and muscular pains. For sale by all ,i FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS ::. -fi,Pn)... \ I-i.: :::: u:..:._......-an Slateo_...._-Lr; 1 Ola .... -
sranJ and noble man the Hon. Henry Stone work. . 9SS5: ; 00 druggists. m I IS CHARGE. 6 tor 1 flow 7 6.>iif! 7 6ilY L'.f..n Y.11eo\r: 7 ",'n .. ..1 17 4.a 7 4i.a

f \V Long my predecessor whom I Steel beams . . . 1500 00 I -:::= -7 31FM, U :::S:1I, ...... ':C,..._.......BunneI11........._. .r'r --=
*haller remember: and respect and Vault doors . . . 511 00 t i t t .e r i 0a 1 ........... 7 42r 12 ::l"v..j.. ..._ ..Iupont......__. ....t"I'T... :II/ _
Notice is hereby given that on the ....... 8 ......... .. .
i 2IM f 1''l./Ii" _Ormoo @ntels.._ ... ... ... 4 'r.......
,. r wli >se opinion 1 have profound re- Fireproofing . . 5500 00 ce 8th day of May, A. D., 1907. II 49D1 8 33:*; l-: 5 car' U :'iAllt| .. __'_'_ OrmotW_..__ 3"s. 4 1+n J 4t'.. r'y
ICU I"\. Steel window frames. . 260 00 the undersigned will his 1151*!! 84.V' ICot H W'. .__..._..? D.yton&___. 32: v IoIv :s 1f.1" 4 '.. V
i iI present .. ... ..... 8 I8.-K 11$---:............1.: ..... ...I'orlorsage___ S I:';:........ s .0.: ..
financial . . 00 I
find the 9500 I
II.-rd. attached Car pent.r work. : final accounts and vouchers to Joseph '
i 12 2Or 9SX* iaI >.r 11 bow .lr
New _
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.. mteiiu-nt for January. Cornerstone. . . . 110 00 Bell county judge. Marion county 10 -t "'I'-'l. I{ ''"\: ........... .H__._.. Lake: Helen..w Lr 1% 4..iI....... ..:: ,'r. 'I _
"" Supi-Hntendent . . . .$:J 00IIIft..1 Hardware. . . . ::5 00 DR. D. M. BONEY.co Florida at his office at Ocala. and !10 3O.\........... 4 3I ..-..... .1". ..--...- Orliuzc City ....- 2 &'Jo1II..._ ... I -" .
10 "' .. ..,, I 4\>... .......... ........(Crag teCity JUIII't...... .. 1t: "" ...... ....j 610 r ..
help. . . . . 25; 80 Plaster and plastering. . 1600.000Corner Eyesight Spt'cialist. make final settlement and apply for -- -. -- --
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final --1-- t.l.Or' e. .r 't : '' ;: & oJ"
\V hinK. Ironing and cooking. 17 00 beads . . 66 00 S s discharge as administrator of .. ... ... ylie ,
ji?" t ,t" .. ..... 0..: :......_._.. l.rj :: 1".1"' :2 ::.".+
)Iclnr& Mai-Kay. .. . 1 55 i. Iron stairs. . . . 500 00 s estate of J. Porter Smith deceased. .*tit=tom.t f *:jaJPJ i .'...:-Tltu.T L ::J !:!e .:.::: ...... I"v14.x' 2'd-.' i _3 !'ta

T)Jln't X Co . . 9 15 Stone columns. ,. . 800 00 November 2. 190C-. 10 5> > err 5..toI.. b Sen Vr.... ..vnt! tlJ ....?.... .1 T.! .. .. 'A"

\UrlonlIarrtv\areCo. .. . 5:0 Electric wiring. . . 600 00 T. \. SMITH.As I .::::11'11"g e: n" "rTTiva -. ... ..,I.t ,, =,,-=:_.:"snror4 .. I 0 : i : +9 1' ; w_ ::,' ;.asi
I u y?" i Lr ...... ..tl"teyW2...._......_ : unit y -
. . 360 fitting Administrator of the Estate of J. : ; : .f. J s'4'v : 1I. lIt u
T.V. Smith & Co Plumbing heating gas ....IJA.I .. ... ....._.. ... t
:"cw i llM ..... .I' C'o) .. ......_._..1." 1 ov...... t'tlN
r J. K Smoak & i>on. . IS;) . . . . . 1300 00 Porter Smith deceased. 11-2-Cm; o! ';Sa haft a s.-. 1 co ... ......... Rociled.... ..... Zvi. : I1.n': ;. .. : rte

Ocal Kf & Fuel Co. . 3S Roofing. . . . . 1500 00 _" 12 O''Dt .a Ort _....1.......... L..l1 Gallli<< -.. ..... ., tl r.'",_....., Ir.: j .
: ........I U1IW 4 It's..._....., ....._.. .Mtbct! cs ...._.... "I r. ..._. .' 11 It"': .
Mrt U 1' Olin. . . 1"Mr Hr Roof felt. . . . 12S:: 00 r ; Notice to Non-Resident Sportsmen. .......... M J3. .. 4 K>'i......_.. I It ...... ..._.:"cbu1&u..... ..._ .. 11 litl.-. .1 ;r.-'I _
*. t""nnnr. . . . 1 00 Notice is given to non-residents .......... 1 4 ...* 44.j. .it' 4uac............... .. 1. ..J ........... II? -...r-. ...
. 1:0 hunting game in Marion county that I 2'a s 3 00_'a 4 CIFK: ;i e n': ......._....1 ort I'Iptte. I 10 soft 121b wi :J 2 "..
r 11. O. Hastings & Co. I $53043 50 ;\ .. the laws ........... 1 iI 6 tl ........ .' '' ... .....-Tiblal's......._ i toXtv .._.. J .fir
Iris 20 per cent. discount retained I of Florida require them to ...... .... :2 'rr c 2;It ....._.. .j.. .........__ 1,1.11.; ............._. .. 10 Ii-. .._.....'.1 9 3.: .._
J119 39 . . . 10509 90 I first procure a license before so doing. ........... 2J'." 6 SI;>v ..__...j .............._Jea-ea. ......... ..... "' ,,1. tl.1 h 1.'v __
to. The amount fixed is $10.00 and the ...-.... 2 4 Ifer produce sold for cash . .J 13: 23 I ............, : 14.: /1).""4. ...........I i ........... .tl.)I.a wrd."i. g 4'u. ._.....: 91t...._
r H2439:: 60 d 3r official issuing the license is the clerk ........... 3.Zr '7 :'p .. ..... '.: ..t J 17'lt.., ........... I t 23.. ..._ a j&,..., _
II of the circuit court. This notice isgiven 6 oils, 4 lots 8ax4"ioiw 4' .. _.U ..l Pa'n ",". b......... .. 15'w lu 34w a L.'r la a tn>
Total . . . . J104 1* Less estimates Nos. 1. :2. 3. 4. I is for the purpose of giving warning 8 n"'l 4 4i-j 1 :?r. & jr?., i L'...... .r.I'" r.....:.. ......... .. I I I+.. tQ2U.... 6 Jw 10) rw
Commissioner In Charge. 5 and 6. .. . . :: 2t10 ii a : la !5>> 00.1 I irs 5 tt 4 ......_N t': Palm: .t'. II HAl 19IJ'' 1 Yw 1'3.' ..
S. K. lyles. i I and saving trouble.E. ...-..- S 2>.n y KM........ .. ............. ,807:110)11 ..._. Lr 1 4+A' ......... 1 Ltv .._
1) It was ordered that the clerk write J. McCRANEY.t. ......-.-. 5 182 9 l'iIL ..........I, .. ..._. ...._Dflr"'. ........ 1 Z ......._... 7 01.1 ._
$';U5 20 < Game Warden. ....--. s t3+. to) uirri ........,,.I' ...........ur' I '1lhr J.e.; ...._.. .. 0 :'ha ....._.... 6000'4 __
1 \,.;.I Mrs Kendrick to remove all obstruc- Geo. Supervising Architect. al I ......_.. 41... 19; 1-JM ...._... i ..__...... _.1>41'1& ....... I tar...._._ I tlH _
MaeKay I ........- d SU4 inn 2M. .. .. ......i.,. ...... .:1.. I..J. ... .. ........ ., I 'h............., i 4".,.. _
tlon' placed)' her in the Ocala andAnthony Received warrant for th$ above Notice to Creditors. ....... .... 7 15** 10 itrt........ ,t'. ......... ._uiDonl1y_....._.. I CeI.. .... a zAi. ,
8JAI 7 S&It IJ ... ... ... ..._.. .
52'4 1 ts9'4! tr 1+!I.IIII 6 ad a Iw I I'.c IIX.PI
road. amounting to $6415,20.:: Feb. 5th, 1907.M. I lake a specialty of correcting 'I Notice is hereby given to all cred- ....-._. 8 OU*. ...... ......... .. I +: ..... )&'anl.... 'tr'......... .... 10Ih. ., _
\ It was ordered that Commissioner T. Lewman & Co. eyes where others fail.Satisfaction tors legatees distributees and all .._._I ttJ 3Ju .T...... .\Y. Hui.pei :fir .. .. .... t:: I..rCocdnsd
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v .a 'e l">les be and he Is hereby appointed a 1... M. Cleckler Superintendent.The guaranteed or I other persons having claims againstthe -
1 1r 1t estate of Julia T. :Munroe deceased Scbtdolcs Btvea Jacksonville ud St Aagastiae.No. .
1 rommittee of one to arrange with Mr. application of J. W. Sanders for money refunded. to present the same to the under-

I. ii-ius with reference: to his silary. the reduction of blk 72 old survey, signet! within two years from this 33Xo. 19>;. :: :.N.. 43 *";3l SO 37No,33Ni.f9Ne.93N Alt
It was ordered that Commissioners South Ocala, for the face value of the Jan. 11 A. D. I I B B Ai r
OPTICAL PARLORS. 1907 at Ocala Fla. i I A i Dilly Daily! B B i B Dally

P>'les and Edwards be appointed a certificate and omitted years taxes :2 and 4 T. T. :\W ROE. JoaUP' aiy! __Data, (}&I:!_Et.Ya.Zz.Yoa. _Daily_ Daily. Dally lr >Ix
1 Gary Building Ocala
committee to wait upon the city council without interest was refused. Executor of the Last Will and Testa. L' Jl1e jOOHe. 8 rl' '...'9 -U II! 11 t.us l 54 31:14 3 Cioltt 4 :"'fcM aI.PI 8! 'Lw 9 tel
1 AT St. Angucttne g 0'ls.. l0 :our 1: lOw ; ics "' .).+s !} ) "
and Insist upon the connection by The clerk submitted pay rolls for ment of Julia T. Munroe. deceased. -!. J ?b'1 *Hf 1") 4VLT

hard rood of the city of Ocala with the witnesses paid by the county at the Florida. Ml-St .;;;:-U So. tII bT S.. 9! \" .J"No.44 1a.-; s.. %I.Seen

road known as the Pyles road. last term of the circuit court amount- I B I B Daily B Day: f! A Daly| I B B A

1 It was ordered that Mr. Crom's com- I ing to $491.S5, which report was approved NOTICE. Diy: ,!_Duly Jj' Sss. _C.'llT li.Z-i. Dally ; Dally Dally Daily
be referred Commissioner by the board. 6. Aoustlno... IS 3\i1. 7 *,. 7 +.u 8 JOut 13 ]&.. tl &u 11 jii 6 IhI .t>v 8 i
I4aint I Ar Jae 'oDYUle. : 7. t'r 8 30.* 8 40iM 9 slur II lOu Ii 3UPV 12: 4UN 7 lOMI 7 3Uw: 1....
iVles for consideration. I Petition filed by M. Atkinson ana I The annual meeting of the Stockholders --- -
It was ordered that a warrant be others requesting changes in public I f IT WILL of the Port Inglis Terminal chsrfed.NOTE A-Trains composed exclusive! of Pullman or Parlor Can aa
r? \ drawn to the city of Dunnellon for the road known as Blitchton and Ocaia I Company will be held at the office of NOTE B-Day coach op ra:*
sum of 173.46: as its part of the road I public road at or near the od! Alliance I PAY YOUlt! the> company in Rockwell Marion ;Train Dally do except not stop Son-lay.at station a'. walca: time U not *!1I1WQ.

tax for 1905. It was further ordered Hall, was laid over until the next m j: ( county, Florida on

& Co. be paid the ing. t Tuesday, February 19th. 1907. n i Dttly aa 2t J.
that M. T. Lewman t-I SuaJaySn fay ''
etlr.ute of Mr.Ueurice After ,> discussion it was re..' \ at 11:30 a. I Ds 11 I ; MATPOKT nC.\SC I A I fuu'2'1' Asocw'
um of $6415.30 as per s me If you have on hand to sell, or if YO' m.RALPH ,lEx grog Only 0.17 -Unit'
that the board of BARKER.Secretary.. -'--- - -
ed county commissioners '
MaeKay. architect.It I115ts 2 0.o, 10 k\ut LT ...... J'itolsvlll.. ......_..Ar.._... 7 3m1246 SJII
was ordered that the insurance on will hold its regular meetingson are thinking of coming to Flor dcaaa a r... 2 CSm 1013.Lr.. S\). &wQfUl..Ar... ... 7i'w: 1112. 5 n.
the courthouse building be increased" Tuesday and Wednesday after the Rockwell Fla., January 31st, 1907. 'e ... 8 53ue 2 40Rit 10 1 50.J LT.24JM .,.........PaWo Beaeh ......... Ar..._... 8 5..*. Ii oqN, 4 5rs4
Ida to make it your home or 125. /.1z 8 3,1.a, 10 Ct\t.ll.L'.J.t1uic B.acaMaTport. _..--. An., .......... < 45Mt 11 2u* 4 4raq
to 15.000. first Monday instead of the first Monday 7tersp! 9 .!.. 3 CXM U 1O &r. ,?.. .. .....!.T, .... I 630a 11 WurfEMHSUU2 4Ilia
Commissioner J. M. Mathews appointed as heretofore.Thereupon if you desire to inves

ft as road overseers for district proposition of the Art AND OCQ1LNTU STEAMSHIP COttKTIOSS IT MUML

'.I) NV 5 t' II. Gray S. J. McCully. J. F. :Metal Construction Co to furnish certain I :In. any kind of Flor./ I NOTICE. -

*. Parker and V. M. Secklnger.CommU fixtures and furniture for the t Ida preperty, I CI.,. Coinietlon Made it Miami .lta Stiinihlpi! th. P. 10.1.2. CIIIPUf.

signer having rej-orted the cierk's office as per schedule, attachedto I The annual meeting of the Stock.
West and Nassau Bahamas.
condition of Mrs. Oils, it was ordered a certain: agreement of date the 5th SEE OR WRITE TO holders of the Dunnellon Phosphate Key ,

that she be- paid 33 per month for fouruwnths. jay of February.: 1907. for the sum of I Company will be held at the office of Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

I {2353.53: was presented to he board I the company in Rockwell Marion

It oaf oNt'ri'that J100 be paid to and he following resolution was offered I ,J. H. LIIN6TON$ & SONS H county. Florida on from Tbw U. s Time Teralitaaon Tab!>. show, but ileUm"thU amul tt which dlp&lCure trains may at the Uexp times.:te4 stated to arriT It Cut ataa4(Ua'uiMolDor 4. *rt
19th 1907.
Sailth\ la-others on account of thettewerag by Mr. Fort, viz: Tuesday, February u tM Company to tw held iwponrtile for any delay: *.r any eollte'lu.aeft artrtnf tnereftoia.
j "Resolved. That the proposition of at 12 o'clock noon.
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The following bonds for carrying pis- he: An Metal Construction Co. as embodied Real Estate Dealers RALPH BARKER.Secretary. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

told weir approved and licenses were in a cerain agreement of date "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Rockwell. Via, January ::1st, 1907.
ordered Issued: :M. C. Jones, II. FVb. 5th, 1907 to which agreement Ocala/ Fle Ada. L D. '
G'I 125. RAttNER Aut. Q.. Pass. Ajtot. ST. ALGU5TINE: FI.A9 ,

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Saturday afternoon from three to

six o'clock Mrs. E. L. Carney held a

reception in honor of her sister Mrs.
Buena Mirams, of Trenton, Ky.,-and

,;- Mrs. Louis Duval, one of the fall I
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brides. -. ,,# ", -.-""" 4A "-'hi"r:::F-'. 1I"I d'7.v:. :;r'r_ ,t" <:r.: l1"'_.">> Ci:: _' ZV"L." """ ", "'DZA "" 'u mil' tBI
This elegant function was one of
the largest and most elaborate ever I

given in Ocala.f>arly every one 1
cf the three hundred invitations is'j. i
Browii & i
sued were accepted and the occasion ,
s was indeed a memorable one. : 11fJ _
The color scheme in the decorations i .
were green and crimson which way '
beautifully carried out with trailing .. ''
i tc" "":'Z ?; ': :''' 2 :ieU
t:.;:1ax: palms, ferns and great elutejo -. :
of coral berries. The manu iwro I .
banked with greens. and wm" I i .C Wholesale Grocers Ocala Fk I
accentuated with the coral Of'lTi"'j *-: ,
The crimson shaded electric lights -
and silver candelabra threw a son : ; .
glow over the handsomely gowned i I
women as they passed from room to! :
room to the sweet strains of nius.t: C
:which, indeed, seemed like fairy lam! I c
Mesdames F. E. Harris, R. A. Dul'C -
ford and C. R. Tydings, each beautifully i T
capers gowned in the in white hall. lace: received i In I I :! "Te, ant to Especially Call Your '

ilrs. Jack Camp whose brunette! I ,
l>- .uty was enhanced by her robe ot I :
violet crepe de chene, introduced the I. ttentioii to
gvests to the receiving line. .
.hE' hostess, Mrs. E. L. Carnelovi \, ,
: ed elegant in white point de t-pi isover
white taffetta. Mrs. Buena .
Mimms in her magnificent Parisiangown : c\r- 17 ",,;;'y X 'IM.. '..r1.i!' -fi'1. iR.-rJl'T- ...
of gray brocaded silk elaborat-! : '-I ,
1" trimmed in real lace and chiffon I : j
>1< diamond ornaments, was much I '
.. aumired.( Mrs! ouis Ducal look 1 : ii !I FURA FEED I
fiery distinguished in her wedding I' i
gown of white crepe de chene made i : I, i ij
en princess with baby Irish lace and j :
.. pearls. I. f .....,........"..' I jI
Assisting the hostess and guests of c ST LOUIS MO "'-.Inyo X1i' .z.-'I.a.--,."'"'=c..1.3: -I'' ,",;,1;. I m-J .._
honor were Mrs. Harrison, in her wed :
ding gown of white crepe de chene C
over white taffetta; Mrs. Roess, in FOR YOUR STOCK.It
:- her wedding gown of real lace OVer C .
;. white taffetta with pearls and white :
picture hat to match; Mrs. BlalocK, t
in htr wedding gown of white crepe decbcne ,

r.' into full built play over her girlish taffetta beauty, brought : is Guaranteed to Contain the Following Analysis: :

c. Mesdames Scott and Charles Rhei-'! 4
nauer stood at the door leading into 4
F the library and introduced the guests I :
to Mesdames Abe Brown, M. H. Stov- 14 It takes less i
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all, \\'m. Hocker, S. T. Sistnmk. .1..1.t per quantity
t B. C. Koonce W. B. Clarkson who, f d ,
entertained them while they were
waiting to be served to punch by I : u I IE
4 ; Mesdames Howard Clark, Powers. 4. Fat 6.2" feed to keep your stock in Jt
and Edward Helvenston. All the attending '
i S ladies were beautifully gown I

ed.Mesdames- \\'. V. Xewsom and Town- ,.! Carbohydrates 60.0" a good condition than any 1

1 ley Porter ushered the guests to the 1 ,
dining room. 4I

c ard table Mesdames toured looked the Mclver artistic coffee.and with_ The E. the M.polished How-lace Fiber U 6,9" other feed on the market. 3

centerpiece upon which rested a reflector -
r3' and a tall candelabra with :

C asparagus crimson shades.fern outlined Coral the berries reflector and 4 E IN YOUR NEXT ORDER TRY A FEW SACKS.

'm bowls of violets gave the finishing -
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ti touch to this unique decoration. j 11.-. q
Misses Mamie and Margaret

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f and Pauline Sullivan I
sweetly gowned in white, deftly served I
the dainty refreshments of cream, I Evaporated Prunes Peaches Apples -
cake and coffee, while Mesdames Waterman ,
and Weihe invited the guests I
from the dining room to the veranda
s which had been inclosed with magnolias ELondon Layer Raisins Pickles Catsup
palms and ferns. The rugs, ,
rockers and settees with pillows formed

I Fishel many, Pearson cosy nooks and where others Mesdames mingled E
S also
with the guests who lingered to listen' Campbell's Soups.In j
to the enticing strains of music by
Miss Pansy Souter, wso is a violinist
of wonderful career, and technque Misses and a Elizabeth promisIng fact anything in the Grocery Line. Our stock is complete 3

:Newsom and Minnie Stovall and Annie
Mathews who delighted every one
with their piano playing. .
Mrs. Arthur Hardaker, who was to It
join the charming coterie of bridesin
the receiving line was absent on

account her Mrs.many Carney of friends the is train an will ideal being long hostess rememberthe late. and Try a few boxes of Hunt Club or Florida Emblem

enjoyable afternoon at her hospitable -
i, home. I

General 111.. Bailey one of the I Cigars with your next order. _
best known men in Florida was itor in Ocala Saturday. The general i
represented Jefferson county in the
senate for several; years and mad a E Yours for more business
splendid official. He swerved neither ,
to the right nor to the left and followed
the biblical injunction to all
outside influences. His communication -
was "neither yea, yea: nor na\ =T=-o.>",.,," .. m- .x,, I1! _--'
.... 1aItil
naThe! general is now a pry'nent '
candidate for state inspector of
cun\"i ts. He was the first lee of
the convicts and his record is wo.:'-

of man the he humane is. big-hearted s.-'i;:.. A B- ThRO\/N & B wd .

)Ir. and Mrs. Clarence Maclail.e

New York millionaires are rtjvucinrover ............ ?..YC' 'IL
the birth of a son. They now
have three children, Katharine Biam"a
and the new-born son. \Ye; are K':.J
:- to see that the stork is not pa>-r.u
the rich entirely by.

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